Smashed (2012)

“Smashed” is a 2012 drama film directed by James Ponsoldt and starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Aaron Paul. The movie tells the story of Kate and Charlie, a young married couple who are both struggling with alcoholism.

When Kate realizes that her drinking is affecting her job as a schoolteacher, she decides to get sober with the help of a support group. However, her newfound sobriety puts a strain on her relationship with Charlie, who continues to drink heavily and becomes increasingly resentful of Kate’s decision.

As Kate tries to navigate her new life without alcohol, she begins to question whether she and Charlie are truly compatible, and whether she can maintain her sobriety in the face of temptation.

“Smashed” received critical acclaim upon its release, with many critics praising Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s performance as Kate and the film’s honest and nuanced portrayal of addiction and recovery. The movie is a poignant and powerful exploration of the struggles of addiction and the challenges of maintaining sobriety, as well as the impact that substance abuse can have on relationships and personal growth.

Duration: 81 min.

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