‘Words on Bathroom Walls’ review: A big take on schizophrenia

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It’s difficult to categorize the massive screen adaptation of “Words on Bathroom Walls,” Julia Walton’s novel about a teenager’s wrestle with mental sickness, as the film by itself can’t determine if it is a really serious drama about an sick adolescent, a darkish, edgy psychological romp, or an off-kilter rom-com. Composed by Nick Naveda and directed by Thor Freudenthal, it can take some massive swings at a massive issue and almost — not

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