Patrick is a warm, open, twenty-six year old virgin schizophrenic. Pills and his mother’s protection mean he is no threat to himself or anyone else. Until he falls in love.
The object of his desire, Karen, a suicidal flight attendant, has no idea the intimacy she shares with Patrick might reintroduce her to living. Patrick’s obsessive mother Maura doesn’t realize her own misguided love may be more dangerous than hate.
To pull Karen and Patrick apart, she enlists the help of dysfunctional detective Freeman, who will use his position to help her, for a price.
A provocative and heart-breaking love story about the right to intimacy for everyone, Patrick’s Day proves, when it comes to love, we’re all a little crazy.
“Patrick’s Day is an amazing film about a young man with mental illness. The heart and soul of the film is centered around the relationships of the characters. Patrick has schizophrenia, but is not defined by his illness in any way. Terry McMahon did a masterful job writing and directing this film, which is brilliantly executed by the cast. Patrick’s Day is a must see film, and the scope extends far beyond the mental illness community.” Maurice Whitfield, Advocacy Coordinator, NAMI Texas