A perfect life is put to the test in the first trailer for the Netflix thriller, Luckiest Girl Aliveadaptation of the debut novel by Jessica Knollwhich in 2015 became a NY Times bestseller.
The film stars Mila Kunis as Ani FaNelli, who is about to be named editor of the New York Times, and for marrying Luke (Find Wittrock) at a “splendid but tasteful” wedding. Ani seemingly has it all, but behind it are dark secrets that threaten to surface, putting her perfect life in jeopardy when Ani agrees to be interviewed by a true crime documentary crew about her survival on a violent attack suffered in high school.
It is implied in the sneak peek that Ani was involved in a school shooting and the filmmakers want answers about her involvement with the shooters. Ani has kept the truth about this event from her past a secret. To further complicate matters, things take a turn for the worse when an old schoolmate makes accusations against her. Whatever happened to her changed her forever, forcing her to reinvent her identity to escape it all.
The Netflix Original Movie will be released in limited theaters on September 30, 2022, while to the streamer will arrive on October 7.
In addition to Kunis y Wittrock (Ratched, American Horror Story), the cast is made up Chiara Aurelia (Cruel Summer), Scoot McNairy (Blonde, Narcos: Mexico), Thomas Barbusca (Searching, Black Monday), Justine Lupe (Succession, Mr. Mercedes), Dalmar Abuzeid (Anne With an E), Alex Barone (Dopesick), Carson McCormack (Shazam!), Connie Britton (The White Lotus. 9-1-1), y Jennifer Beals (The L Word, The Book of Bobba Fett).
Mike Barker (The Handmaid’s Taleserie Fargo) directed the film with a script adapted by the author of the novel on which it is based, Knoll.
Kunis produces the feature film with Bruno Papandrea, Jeanne Show, Erik Feigy Lucy Kitada. In roles as executive producers we find Knoll, Barker, Lisa Sterbakov, Shayne Fiske Goldner and Steve Hutensky.
In addition to Luckiest Girl Alivewe will be able to see Kunis soon in her return as Jackie Burkhart, the role that made her known, in the new series That 90s Showcontinuation of That 70s Show.