The clip features emotional moments between Kunis and her mother, played by Glenn Close. As Kunis is shown fighting against her cravings and blaming her mother for not being around enough, Close says, "You think it's my fault that you're an addict?" Kunis displays powerful vulnerability in the trailer, and she says to her mother, "Please make it stop...I'm so sorry, Mom."
Four Good Days is based off of The Washington Post article "How's Amanda? A Story of Truth, Lies and an American Addiction" by Pulitzer Prize-winner Eli Saslow. The article follows the story of Amanda Wendler, a heroin addict who moves back in with her mother as a part of her recovery process.
In addition to this performance, Kunis is set to star in the Netflix adaptation of Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll. Meanwhile, Close, who recently starred in Hillbilly Elegy, will be a lead in the upcoming film adaptation of the Sunset Boulevard musical.
Four Good Days will have a limited theatrical release on April 30. We can't wait to see more from these powerhouse actresses.
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