Following its debut at Sundance last year, Deadline can offer a closer look at mother-daughter drama, Four Good Days.
“Please, I can’t do this,” says withdrawing heroin addict Molly (Mila Kunis), in the film’s first official trailer.
“Yes you can,” mother Deb (Glenn Close) insists. “Almost one day down, three more to go.”
Debuting in theaters on April 30, via Vertical Entertainment, the film follows 31-year-old Molly as she attempts to get clean, following 15 failed attempts, reconnecting in the process with the woman whose heart she has broken. Deb admits, at one point, that she sometimes doesn’t “want to love” her daughter anymore, after being betrayed by her, over and over again. But as she embarks on a remarkably intense journey with Molly, the hope is that trust can be rebuilt.
Co-written and directed by Rodrigo García, Four Good Days is based on a true story written for the Washington Post by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Eli Saslow. The feature also stars Stephen Root, Carla Gallo and Joshua Leonard.
Check out the trailer for the film above.
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