A Million Little Pieces

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Anonymous on January 2, 2020 at 23:37.

Finally!!! Love the rebellion of the 12 Steps. Showing the other side.

Anonymous on January 3, 2020 at 00:02.

I read the book three times. I could hardly breathe each time. It describes detox and rehab perfectly. I am thrilled the book made it to the big screen. Frey wrote the book in a style that is difficult to translate to film. With little punctuation, he gives the reader frantic thoughts, raw feelings, and fractured time. There’s a sense of urgency, even pain, throughout the book, just like an addict detoxing in reality. The film does a superb job of telling this story in a way that attempts to…

Anonymous on January 3, 2020 at 00:30.

Anyone that has dealt with addiction or has experienced it within their family will appreciate the rawness and human aspect of this film. Aaron Taylor Johnson gives a stellar performance. He delivers on all of the emotions that one goes through in the struggle. He’s very in tune with his audience and the subject matter. Props to both him and his wife (Director Sam Taylor Johnson) for making a great film. Looking forward to future films that showcase his acting. He just keeps getting better with…

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