looks unrecognisable as she plays a struggling opioid addict in the emotional trailer for her film Four Good Days.

The actress, 37, plays the lead Molly while the legendary Glenn Close, 74, stars as her onscreen mother Deb in the hard-hitting movie based on a true story, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2020.

Four Good Days follows a mother (Close) who ‘helps her daughter (Kunis) work through four crucial days of recovery from substance abuse.’ 

Hard-hitting: Mila Kunis looks unrecognisable as she plays a struggling opioid addict in the emotional trailer for her film Four Good Days

Opioids, which include codeine, morphine and tramadol buy online, are used to treat pain. The US has seen a crisis of prescription drug addiction which has led to some 17,000 people dying by overdose each year in recent years.   

The trailer starts with a doctor sitting down Kunis’ character Molly and saying: ‘I’m going to level with you Molly… opioids have a 97% relapse rate.

You have gone through this 15 times.’ 

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The doctor tells Molly that she can have an ‘opioid antagonist’ which is a once-a-month shot that makes her immune to getting high, yet before she can receive it, she has to be clean for a week.

To which Molly, who has to battle four more days without opioids before it is a week, says: ‘Is it safe?’

On-screen mother and daughter: The actress, 37, plays the lead Molly while the legendary Glenn Close, 74, stars as her onscreen mother Deb in the hard-hitting movie based on a true story, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2020 

Unrecognisable: Kunis looks unrecognisable as she plays a struggling opioid addict, left, and pictured recently, right 

Plot: Four Good Days follows a mother (Close) who ‘helps her daughter (Kunis) work through four crucial days of recovery from substance abuse.’

With on-screen mother Deb (Close) joking: ‘Are you kidding, now all of a sudden your body is a temple?’

The trailer goes on to see the mother-and-daughter struggle as they navigate their difficult relationship and Molly’s addiction.

In one part, Close’s character says: ‘She sits around twitching, smoking and I am there watching her like a hawk and pretending that I’m not.’

While in a different part she shouts at her on-screen daughter: ‘You think it’s my fault that you’re an addict?

It just goes on and on and on!’

Scary: Opioids, which include codeine, morphine and tramadol, are used to treat pain. The US has seen a crisis of prescription drug addiction which has led to some 17,000 people dying by overdose each year in recent years

The trailer starts with a doctor sitting down Kunis’ character Molly and saying: ‘I’m going to level with you Molly…

opioids have a 97% relapse rate. You have gone through this 15 times.’

Recovery: The doctor tells Molly that she can have an ‘opioid antagonist’ which is a once-a-month shot that makes her immune to getting high, yet before she can receive it, she has to be clean for a week 

Safe?

To which Molly, who has to battle four more days without opioids before it is a week, says: ‘Is it safe?’ With on-screen mother Deb (Close) joking: ‘Are you kidding, now all of a sudden your body is a temple?’

To which Kunis’ character yells: ‘I am so sorry that my drug addiction is so incredible difficult on you.’

The trailer ends with Molly giving a speech at a school as says: ‘Do you know how many times I have told myself, that I’m not going to steal to get high.

That I’m not going to lose custody of my children to get high. I’m so sorry mum.’

Kunis’ character then tells her on-screen mother during an emotional hospital scene: ‘Mum, please make it stop.’

To which Close’s character yells: ‘What does it take to get seen!’

Tricky: The trailer goes on to see the mother-and-daughter struggle as they navigate their difficult relationship and Molly’s addiction

Worries: In one part, Close’s character says: ‘She sits around twitching, smoking and I am there watching her like a hawk and pretending that I’m not.’

Fight: While in a different part she shouts at her on-screen daughter: ‘You think it’s my fault that you’re an addict?

It just goes on and on and on!’

The movie premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2020 and it also stars Stephen Root of Office Space, NewsRadio and Get Out fame.

Director Rodrigo García also co-wrote Four Good Days, alongside award-winning writer Eli Saslow who wrote the original true story. 

Kunis has been spending the coronavirus pandemic with her husband, Ashton Kutcher, and their children Wyatt, six, and Dimitri, four.

The actress recently told  of their family’s quarantine: ‘Our whole family is already co-dependent, so this pandemic just feeds into our entire co-dependency.  

‘And my husband and I were super co-dependent for like eight years and in this pandemic our kids are like, “Where are you going?” And I was like, “The bathroom.” 

Important: The trailer ends with Molly giving a speech at a school as says: ‘Do you know how many times I have told myself, that I’m not going to steal to get high.

That I’m not going to lose custody of my children to get high. I’m so sorry mum.’

Sad: Kunis’ character then tells her on-screen mother during an emotional hospital scene: ‘Mum, please make it stop.’

Premiere: The movie premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2020 and it also stars Stephen Root of Office Space, NewsRadio and Get Out fame 

‘We haven’t left each other.

We’re in the house. Yeah, it was really weird for them. They forgot that we have to go out of the house…’

The couple recently got a break from home life, when they starred together in a Super Bowl commercial for Cheetos, which found them recreating a Shaggy classic.

Elsewhere Glenn was nominated for an Academy Award earlier this week, it is her eighth nod in her long and impressive career which includes three Primetime Emmy Awards, three , and three Golden Globe Awards.

The stage trained actress was singled out for her performance in a supporting role in Hillbilly Elegy which came out in 2020.

She has yet to win an Oscar despite having eight previous nominations.

Four Good Days is set to be released on on April 30. 

Release: Four Good Days is set to be released on on April 30 

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