Misophonia in Film and Television

Scenes from film and television where there appear to be subtle (and sometimes not so subtle) references to misophonia. If you’ve come across a scene that deserves to be featured, let us know here

Misophonia in Film

Phanthom Thread (2018) is Paul Thomas Anderson’s dark and evocative journey into the clipped, controlled world of Reynolds Woodcock, a fictional couture designer in 1950’s London. Mr Woodcock’s character is a testy perfectionist (and not very likeable at the best of times). This breakfast scene is one of the best representations of misophonia (intentional or otherwise) in film.

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