Gothika

2003 horror film directed by Mathieu Kassovitz

Gothika is a 2003 American supernatural thriller film about a psychiatrist in a women's mental hospital who wakes up one day to find herself on the other side of the bars, accused of having murdered her husband.

Directed by Mathieu Kassovitz. Written by Sebastian Gutierrez.
Because someone is dead doesn't mean they're gone.taglines

MirandaEdit

  • Logic is overrated.

ChloeEdit

  • He said you're next.
  • You're one of us now.

OtherEdit

  • Dr. Grey: It's good to be God. I love you.

DialogueEdit

Chloe: He came back again last night and tore me like paper. He opened me like a flower of pain, and it felt good. He sank into me and set me on fire, like he always does. Made me burn from the inside out.
Miranda: How did you know it was the devil?

Chloe: You have no idea how it feels not to be trusted.
Miranda: You've got to trust me too, Chloe.
Chloe: You can't trust someone who thinks you're crazy.

Miranda: I'm not deluded, Pete. I'm possessed
Pete: I don't believe in ghosts.
Miranda: Neither do I. But they believe in me.

Chloe: Are you scared?
Miranda: ...No.
Chloe: You should be.

Chloe: It was the only way to help him stop.
Miranda: Stop what?
Chloe: Stop fucking me!

Miranda: Did we have an affair?
Pete: No.
Miranda: Did you want to?
Pete: Yes.
Miranda: Did you think I wanted to?
Pete: Yes.
Miranda: Then why didn't we?
Pete: Because you were married to the boss.
Miranda: But I'm not now.
Pete: I'm here - I'm trying to help you. Why don't you trust me?
Miranda: Because you can't trust somebody when they think you're crazy.

TaglinesEdit

  • Because someone is dead doesn't mean they're gone.
  • Not Alone.
  • Dr. Miranda Grey Is An Expert At Knowing What Is Rational, What Is Logical, What Is Sane... Until The Day She Woke Up On The Other Side.

CastEdit

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