I agree. The approach was very matter of fact, he was obviously learning a lot about the illness and about himself through the interviews with others.
Particularly useful, I thought, to show that eating disorders can often be hidden, they can happen to anyone, and people who have them might not really be aware of it themselves (not necessarily rake thin etc).
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