Mila Kunis was disfigured for the role. She plays the heroinist [WIDEO]

Mila Kunis, famous for her extraordinary beauty, will play the role of a heroinist in the upcoming film “Four Good Days”, who tries to break her addiction. A production trailer was released on the web, in which we can admire the bold transformation of the star and its unique acting role.

Mila Kunis she is known primarily for her comedy roles in series such as “Pink 70s” and “Family Guy” and the films “Ted”, “It’s just sex” and “Bad Mums”. Her most important dramatic role so far has been Lily – Natalie Portman’s rival from the movie “The black Swan”. The creation she created in the film “Four Good Days” it will definitely change.

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Mila Kunis as a heroinist in the movie “Four Good Days” [ZWIASTUN]

The movie “Four Good Days” tells the story the true story of 31-year-old Molly (Mila Kunis) trying to get out of drug addiction. She asks her mother (Glenn Close), with whom she has been at odds for years, for help in achieving her goal. The production had its own debut at the Sundance festival in 2020where she was received very warmly. Critics primarily paid attention to excellent acting performance by Kuniswhich could be a breakthrough in her career. A sample of its possibilities in trailer for “Four Good Days”.

“Four Good Days”: cast and creators

Apart from Mile Kunis and Glenn Closewhich received her eighth this year nominated for an Oscar (and the first for a Golden Raspberry), in “Four Good Days” there were: Stephen Root, Joshua Leonard and Sam Hennings. The film was made on the basis of a reportage Pulitzer Prize-winning Eli Saslow. Responsible for directing Rodrigo Garcia, one of the directors of “The Sopranos” and “Six Feet Under”. Saslow and Garcia wrote the script together.

The movie will be released in the US on April 30, 2021, online on May 21. It is not known when “Four Good Days” will go to Poland.

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