I immediately thought of Inside Out. I saw it a few times in theaters and need to get back to it. If a movie about emotions had come out like that when I was a kid, I would definitely like to think that it would have helped me understand things like my depression and anxiety better.
It shows that being one toned all the time is damaging, or that peoples expectations of someone being one toned can be just as damaging. I can’t recall how many times (to this day) I hear “Spencer, you’re always so happy.” It’s not that I’m hiding emotions, it’s just that people like to see certain shades, and communicating that we are all complicated emotionally, can be hard.
It also touches subtly on the ruling emotions, and how we are all sorta controlled be certain emotions over others, even when we are keeping ourselves in check. It was such a healing movie.
Also, Wonder Woman was amazing! Seeing it again, for sure.