Alice, Darling (2023 Movie) Official Trailer – Anna Kendrick, Kaniehtiio Horn, Wunmi Mosaku



Alice, Darling – In Theaters January 20th. Starring Anna Kendrick, Kaniehtiio Horn, Charlie Carrick, and Wunmi Mosaku. Directed …
Alice, Darling – In Theaters January 20th. Starring Anna Kendrick, Kaniehtiio Horn, Charlie Carrick, and Wunmi Mosaku. Directed …
Alice, Darling (2023 Movie) Official Trailer – Anna Kendrick, Kaniehtiio Horn, Wunmi Mosaku
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  1. My sister is in an abusive relationship…

    It’s so hard watching her suffer…

    Please, if you’re reading this and are in this kind of relationship please, please leave. Please. You deserve better.

  2. Why oh why does the world produce so many of these guys? (And women too) I've been talking to my daughter about how to spot one these toxic bastards since she was about 13. For me, I didn't know I was in it until I was knee deep and I'm so thankful I got away and I can tell my girl to look to her father as an example of a good man.

  3. May Every female 13 and up see this movie. Women need to understand there is a right and a wrong way to be treated. So many women in this country have died at the hands of these manipulating, obsessive, controlling nut cases. About time for Hollywood to address these predators! Next movie what makes men behave this way and how to spot the domineering traits.

  4. Just what is needed; another movie where the man is a monster. It doesn’t matter that the woman is mentally disturbed. No, the man is the monster is what you need to know. Y’all best understand spinsterhood as a way of life, or else! What alternative is there?

  5. I am reminded of the Amber H. Johnny D. trial. So many comments I am reading below talk about the triggers individuals experience in watching something like this trailer or even the movie. As a therapist, I could never see the true pain, anxiety and trauma within Amber from what she stated was the abuse she experienced. Victims feel no power and Amber sure acted like she was in control. Thank you for those below who shared their journey of trauma from domestic violence.

  6. I don't think I can see this film. The trailer alone is too triggering for me. It's been almost four years since I left my own psychologically and verbally abusive relationship, the controlling through manipulation kept me there for almost five years.

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