28 Days Later Essay | Film Review of "28 Days Later"

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Film Review of "28 Days Later"

Summary: The theme of alcohol and chemical dependency in the film, "28 Days Later." Plus, a description of the mental disorders discussed in the film.

The movie I chose to do was 28 Days. The movie begins with the main character Gwen and her boyfriend Jasper partying one night, and as a result of the partying, she oversleeps and is late getting to her sisters wedding. At the wedding she, once again, drank too much and crashes into the wedding cake while dancing with Jasper. In an attempt to right her wrong, she steals her sister's limo and tries to find a bakery. While driving inebriated she crashes into the front of a house.

As part of her sentencing she is sent to a rehabilitation facility. Initially, she is very reluctant and uninterested in participating in any of the therapy or contributing with group projects. She also temporarily leaves rehab with her boyfriend, gets drunk and returns to the facility, still impaired. After, almost breaking her leg by climbing out of a window to retrieve pills...

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