Maintaining mental health in prison was already challenging before COVID-19 hit.
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It squanders an opportunity for thoughtful commentary on trauma and survival.
And, in the process, gives the entire ending away.
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Christine stars Rebecca Hall as the Florida journalist who shot herself on the air.