Glenn Close as Deb and Mila Kunis as Molly / Courtesy of Vertical Entertainment
Rodrigo García is the director, co-writer and co-producer of the new film Four Good Days. A story based on the 2016 Washington Post story, “How’s Amanda?” written by Eli Saslow.
In an emotional journey based on a true story by Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post writer Eli Saslow, 31-year-old Molly begs her estranged mother Deb for help fighting a fierce battle against the demons that have derailed her life. Despite all she has learned over a decade of disappointment, grief and rage, Deb throws herself into one last attempt to save her beloved daughter from the deadly and merciless grip of heroin addiction. Powerhouse performances from Glenn Close (“Fatal Attraction”) and Mila Kunis (“Black Swan”) anchor director Rodrigo García’s poignant and unpredictable chronicle of mother and daughter fighting to regain the love and trust that once held them together.
Rodrigo García was born with a great imagination to create great stories being the son of the late Colombian Nobel-winner Gabriel García Márquez. Some of his work as a director has been seen in films like Nine Lives, Mother and Child and Albert Nobbs. He has also worked on television series such as HBO’s Six Feet Under and In Treatment, Blue, and Five Points among others.
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I had the privilege to connect with Rodrigo García via Zoom to talk about Four Good Days. He shared how he found the story of the real life characters of the film and getting to interact with them. García discussed how his main cast members joined the project and their great chemistry together. In addition, speaking about the anticipated Netflix series “Cien Años De Soledad” and more.
Four Good Days is now in theaters and in VOD May 21st, 2021