Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film 1 star out of 4 and opened his review by stating: "This movie is terrible. It's awful. It is inconceivable to me that the same people who made 'A Touch of Class' had anything to do with it, but they did.
If Mr. Segal and Miss Jackson aren't one of those fabulous couples one can never quite believe are made of flesh and blood, neither are they plausible as just plain folks who are happily in love. The script insists upon a strong sexual bond between them, but neither performance suggests any such thing.
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The characters inflict a lot of pain upon each other, which makes it even harder to see what keeps them together. Within the world of this trivial comedy, Segal is presented as cute when actually he is a menace, a menace to himself and to any woman who would place her trust in him. Jackson's character recognizes this, but the 'cute' script doesn't allow her to walk away permanently.
The elusive binding ingredient is charm. Jackson can speak rapid-fire scorn as well as any actress working, and in full wrath she is wonderful to behold, but in 'Lost and Found' it is a lost cause.
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Deeksha Chowdhury, a student from Delhi, endured years of bullying and torment because of her weight and a skin condition. A display of colourful garments represents her journey from an isolated teenager who always wore baggy black clothing to someone more self confident and outgoing. For others, artefacts on display speak of their lowest ebb.
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Cecilia Ashaley, a Ghanaian teacher, is represented by a wall of nail varnish in colours to mimic the west African sky, because whenever she is struggling, she seeks solace in a manicure or pedicure. So I go to the nail bar to improve my mood. Having a mental condition does not mean you are ineffective, but with medication and therapy you can contribute to society.
Graeme Moffat, who lives in Glasgow, has a similar fall-and-rise story that dates back more than 25 years to the day he broke his back when he fell from a tree as a teenager. I never want anyone to feel the way I felt when I thought it was just me. So I started being open about the journey I was going through. A grocery bag represents the lowest ebb for Moffatt when he collapsed in a supermarket.
For him, the exhibition is about normalising mental illness. You can even gain from going through these challenges — you have more empathy, more understanding, you can end up so much stronger and more capable.