Breaking point

Breaking point

The term Breaking point may refer to:

*Breaking point (psychology), a critical moment of personal stress

Film and television

*"The Breaking Point" (1924 film), American film (Famous Players–Lasky, silent), directed by Herbert Brenon, starring Nita Naldi
*"The Breaking Point" (1950 film), American film (Warner Brothers) directed by Michael Curtiz, starring John Garfield
*"The Breaking Point" (1961 film), British film, a/k/a "The Great Armored Car Swindle", directed by Lance Comfort
*"Breaking Point" (TV series), American TV series (ABC, 1963–64, black-and-white) set in a hospital's psychiatric clinic
*"Breaking Point" (1975 film), Swedish erotic horror film, directed by Bo Arne Vibenius, starring Anton Rothschild and Irena Billing
*"Breaking Point" (1976 film), American/Canadian independent film, directed by Bob Clark, starring Bo Svenson and Robert Culp
*"Breaking Point" (1989 TV movie), American TV movie (TNT), directed by Peter Markle, starring Corbin Bernsen
*"Breaking Point" (1993 film), American/Canadian independent film, directed by Paul Ziller, starring Gary Busey and Kim Cattrall
*"The Breaking Point", October 2001 episode in the "Band of Brothers" HBO American TV miniseries, set in World War II
*"Breaking Point", November 2003 episode of the ABC American TV series "Alias"
*"Breaking Point" (documentary film), 2005 Canadian TV documentary about the 1995 Quebec sovereignty referendum


*Breaking Point (band), alternative rock band formed in 1999 in the Memphis, USA.


* "Breaking Point", 2003 novel in the juvenile literature genre, written by American author Alex Flinn

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