Welcome to Me

Welcome to Me 

A woman with borderline personality disorder (Kristen Wiig) wins the Mega-Millions and - much to the dismay of her parents, therapist, gay ex-husband and local TV station - uses the winnings to fund her lifelong dream of becoming the next Oprah.

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It's like an indie Anchorman 

The Village Voice

Kristen Wiig gives a tour de force performance...one of her best roles to date 

ReelTalk

A splendid showcase for the brilliant actress 

Vulture

A magnificent, terrifying, hilarious voyage into madness...one of the biggest movie surprises of 2015 

Salon

The movie’s idiosyncratic delights pack a wild metaphorical punch...flashes of strange genius 

The New Yorker

By turns touching, amusing and genuinely disturbing, it defies expectations and easy categorization 

The New York Times

An unsettling comedy, and I mean that in the best possible way. Welcome to Me is a non-Hollywood portrayal of crippling weirdness. This is brave 

Globe & Mail

There's dark comedy, and then there's take-no-prisoners, dare-you-to-keep-looking dark comedy... 

Associated Press

Welcome To Me is happy at times, sad at others, funny and shocking, and a joy to watch... 

Forbes

Wiig manages to make Alice funny as hell, endearing, sad and sometimes a little frightening 

Chicago Sun-Times

A simple yet comically fertile premise. Wiig tears into a role that plays to her deadpan gifts  

Variety

A dark comedy that succeeds on its own itchy terms... 

The Hollywood Reporter

This tragicomic oddity is that rarest of birds: a genuinely funny movie about mental illness 

Time Out

A challenging piece of comedy that ventures straight into the heart of darkness on the back of a giant swan... 

All Movie

A humorous if occasionally horrific pitch-black satire 

Roger Ebert

Official Selection

Toronto International Film Festival

2014

Official Selection

Edinburgh International Film Festival

2015

Winner: Top Ten Independent Films

The National Board of Review

2015

Nominated: Best Actress

Gotham Awards

2015

Type Feature film
Length 87 Minutes
Rating 15
Genres Comedy, Drama, Feature
Cast Kristen Wiig, Wes Bentley, Linda Cardellini, Joan Cusack, Loretta Devine, Jennifer Jason Leigh, James Marsden, Alan Tudyk, Tim Robbins, Thomas Mann
Director Shira Piven
Writer Eliot Laurence
Producer Will Ferrell, Kristen Wiig, Adam McKay, Jessica Elbaum, Aaron L. Gilbert, Marina Grasic
Language English

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