Viewers are compiling therapeutic lineups of movies and TV shows to help make them feel better during the coronavirus crisis
There’s something soothing about the work of filmmaker Wes Anderson. At least that’s what Seattle psychotherapist Chad Perman is learning from his clients, many of them tech employees forced to work from home.
Mr. Perman has long used “cinema therapy” to get people talking about how they relate to themes and characters in movies. Lately he’s been discussing movies more than ever at his practice near a nursing facility with at least 30 deaths linked to coronavirus. And Mr. Anderson’s name keeps coming up.