Mila Kunis enlists Glenn Close’s help in her battle against drug addiction in “Four Good Days.” A trailer for the drama, which is based on a true story, sees Molly (Kunis) begging her estranged mother Depp (shutdown) for support when she tries to get rid of methadone, crack, heroin, and Adderall for the fifteenth time. After being told that opioids have a 97 percent relapse rate, Molly is offered a treatment that makes her immune to height. But to be eligible for the first dose of the monthly shot, it must have been clean for at least a week.
“Whenever I decided to reengage with her, I would always do it with my eyes wide open,” Depp confirms her partner in question. She is watching Molly “like a hawk” and pretending that she is not, and Molly does not appreciate her constant watching. “I am so sorry that my drug addiction is so difficult on youMolly says sarcastically to Deb.
The couple have a complicated history and resentment is high, but Depp strives to help save her daughter. “If anyone has the strength to break free from this, it is you. I truly believe in it. I am proud of you,” she said to Molly.
Kloss came close to picking up an Academy Award this year for her supporting role in Hillbilly Elegy. It marks her eighth nomination.
“Breaking News in Yuba County” and “The Spy Who Dumped Me” are among Kunis’ most recent credits.
“Four Good Days” will premiere at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival and hit theaters on April 30th.