An all-female One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
(qv), based partly on a biographical book by Susanna Kaysen (played by Winona Ryder), who, after graduating high school and refusing college for a life as a writer, finds herself
committed to a mental health institution, where she and a group of other girls rebel against the authority.
There's many similarities between this and the
forementioned classic, but the biggest difference is that this is dull, nothing much happens and it veers completely off plot in the final act for absolutely no
Angelina Jolie won an Oscar for portraying the
batshit crazy guest of the facilities, and in fairness, she is the one standout in the cast of one-dimensional characters.
The moral seems to be: if you're too lazy to get a
job, just get yourself checked into a nuthouse and then write a book about it.