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Joker

Joker
Joker

Year

2019

Duration

122 minutes

Genres

Crime

Language

English

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Synopsis

Arthur Fleck is an aspiring stand-up comic living in Gotham City who cannot seem to catch a break. Suffering from a condition that makes him break out into maniacal laughter whenever he is anxious, Arthur’s fragile mental state becomes unstable after he is told his funding for psychiatric support is going to be cancelled. With his life on the edge, Arthur adopts a new persona as ‘the Joker’ and turns to a life of crime that will see him rise to the fame he always craved. One of fiction’s most famous villains gets an origin story in this dark comic-book adaptation that asks questions of mental illness, fame, crime and social behaviour.

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15 Classification

strong bloody violence, language

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