, New 14-part Hulu series Dopesick is set at the epicentre of America’s struggle with opioid addiction.
Starring Michael Keaton, Kaitlyn Dever, Will Poulter, Rosario Dawson and Peter Skarsgaard; the story goes from the boardrooms of Purdue Pharma, to a distressed Virginia mining community and the hallways of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).
The topic of Dopesick is undoubtedly more than timely. The cast is fantastic and I rather this well edited trailer; the kind with just the right type of music. Nevertheless, ultimately, in this case it’s really the inclusion of Poulter, Dawson, Sarsgaard and Keaton that will be the strongest drivers for wether I’ll end up watching
I’m sure 2020 has something to do with it, but, the movies and shows I’m drawn to more strongly these days aren’t necessarily the ones that focus primarily on the capacity of the human for actions/decisions that are devoid of empathy. Especially when it comes to stories based on very real events.
Even with the above said, my curiosity and the right mood could hit at anytime – and before you know it, I’m deep into this story dark, important story.
How curious are you about Dopesick?
John Hoogenakker, Michael Stuhlbarg, Jake McDorman, Arischa Conner, Will Chase and Phillipa Soo also star.
Dopesick Rel;ease Dates: October 13th, 2021, Hulu
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13 thoughts on “DOPESICK (2021): New Trailer Starring Michael Keaton, Rosario Dawson, Kaitlyn Dever, Will Poulter, Peter Sarsgaard…”
Glad Will P. is back. I’ve missed him! 😊
Likewise, friend. Likewise. 🤓
Good cast. I might have to try an episode just to see how it is.
I look forward to your thoughts, Christy. This trailer has certainly sold it. 🤓
About time they took this issue seriously! It is destroying millions of lives.
Amen to that! 🤓
Looking forward to seeing this.
I’m glad because it’s certainly very promising. 🤓
Finally, a new film I definitely want to see! I have read so many real accounts of people addicted to OxyContin and some obituaries too, as well as watched two documentaries. A great idea for a film which will also draw more attention to this issue. I just hope the production will keep things grounded and the film will not be too overblown.
I agree with your hopes. It’s so important a film that it really deserves the full truth of the reality. I look forward to what you think of it considering how many documentaries you’ve seen. 🤓
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This looks intense!
It’s out now. I haven’t seen it yet, but I will as soon as the need for the intensity it offers hits me. 🤓