A Good Person
Even with the always-wonderful Florence Pugh leading the addiction drama, the filmmaker can't kick his cliched ideas of on-screen womanhood.
She has proven herself a serious dramatic actor many times, but to a generation of oddballs she'll always be the first lady of comedy.
Florence Pugh and Morgan Freeman try valiantly to carry this heavy-handed melodrama about a woman who survives a car crash.
"As I was writing it, I was hoping I could survive what became known as the quarter-life crisis, and depression, and fantasizing that the perfect woman would come along and rescue me," the "Garden State" writer-director said.
Playing an opioid-addicted grieving woman is the closest to a rom-com Pugh will ever get, said the Oscar-nominated star.
Molly Shannon and Chinaza Uche also star in the upcoming film, in theaters March 24.
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