A Million Little Pieces is a 2018 drama film directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson and based on the memoir of the same name by James Frey. The film follows the story of James, a young writer who is sent to a rehabilitation center to overcome his addiction to drugs and alcohol. As James struggles to confront his demons and heal his wounds, he forms relationships with other patients and begins to rediscover his sense of purpose and self-worth.
A Million Little Pieces is a powerful and emotional film that explores the struggles of addiction and recovery. The film's direction is strong, with Sam Taylor-Johnson creating an immersive and visceral experience that captures the intensity of James's journey. The performances are excellent, with Aaron Taylor-Johnson delivering a raw and vulnerable portrayal of James, and the supporting cast adding depth and nuance to their roles. The film is a testament to the human spirit and the power of resilience and redemption.
A Million Little Pieces did not receive any major awards, but it has been praised for its performances and emotional impact.
Overall, A Million Little Pieces is a poignant and inspiring film that offers a candid and realistic portrayal of addiction and recovery. It is a reminder that even in the darkest of times, there is always hope for healing and transformation.
|Directed by||Sam Taylor-Johnson|
|Produced by||Alex Heineman, Andrew Rona, Pamela Abdy, Brad Weston|
|Screenplay by||Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Sam Taylor-Johnson|
|Based on||A Million Little Pieces
by James Frey
|Starring||Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Billy Bob Thornton, Odessa Young, Giovanni Ribisi, Juliette Lewis, Charlie Hunnam,|
|Music by||Atticus Ross
|Edited by||Martin Pensa|
|The Picture Company Makeready 3blackdot Federal Films Snoopsquirrel|
|Distributed by||Momentum Pictures|
|Release date||September 10, 2018 (TIFF) December 6, 2019 (United States)|
|Running time||113 minutes|