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28 Days (2000)

28 Days (2000)

28 Days is a 2000 American comedy-drama film directed by Betty Thomas. Starring Sandra Bullock in the lead role, it tells the story of Gwen Cummings, a New York City writer whose life takes a dramatic turn after a reckless incident during her sister's wedding. The film explores some heavy themes, while also offering a lighthearted and humorous perspective on addiction and recovery.

Sandra Bullock delivers a compelling performance as Gwen Cummings, a talented writer struggling with alcoholism and substance abuse. After ruining her sister's big day with a wild outburst, she finds herself facing a court-ordered 28-day stint in a rehabilitation program. Throughout her journey, Gwen meets a diverse group of fellow patients, including the charismatic Cornell (played by Steve Buscemi), the upbeat Gerhardt (Alan Tudyk), and the rebellious Andrea (Azura Skye).

The film delves into the challenges faced by those battling addiction, highlighting the importance of support, self-discovery, and personal growth. As Gwen navigates the highs and lows of rehab, she begins to confront her demons, question her choices, and ultimately find her own path to recovery. The script, penned by Susannah Grant, strikes a balance between deep emotional exploration and comedic moments, providing an honest and relatable portrayal of addiction and its impact on individuals and their relationships.

The supporting cast of 28 Days is equally impressive, with notable performances from Dominic West as Jasper, Gwen's love interest, and Elizabeth Perkins as her caring and understanding counselor at the rehab facility. The chemistry amongst the ensemble cast helps to bring depth and authenticity to the story, allowing the audience to connect with the characters' struggles and triumphs on a personal level.

The film's soundtrack plays a pivotal role in enhancing the emotional tone and atmosphere of the story. Composed by Richard Gibbs, the music amplifies key moments, capturing the introspective and introspective nature of Gwen's journey. From reflective acoustic tracks to energetic pop-infused tunes, the soundtrack provides a diverse range of sounds that complement the film's narrative arc.

If you are interested in immersing yourself in the emotions and sounds of 28 Days, you can play and download the soundtrack here. Whether you are drawn to powerful ballads that tug at the heartstrings or energetic tracks that inspire a sense of hope and resilience, the film's soundtrack offers a captivating musical experience.

28 Days is a thought-provoking and entertaining film that delves into the complexities of addiction, recovery, and personal transformation. With its talented cast, heartfelt performances, and a memorable soundtrack, this movie has lasting impact. It serves as a reminder that even in the darkest of times, there is always hope, and that true change and growth are possible for those willing to embark on the journey of self-discovery.

A cake store.
A day's just a thing to get through
A jackhammer?
A journal l want you to write in every day.
A little quiet contest?
A show doesn't stay on the air for 1 8 years for being stupid.
A tiny IittIe cIuster of brain tumors.
AA Big Book, some worksheets.
About last night, l really think you should tell somebody.
Absolutely.
Abstaining? lnteresting.
AII the boys and girIs
AIways tomorrow
Alcohol, cocaine, Percodan, heroin, glue?
All anyone wants from rehab's a good coked out star story.
All gone.
All right, come on.
All right, everybody. Now, circle up.
All right, look, Cornell, just give me a pill...
All right, Mr. Ed, just pick up your stupid foot.
All right, then.
All right!
All right.
All right. l got no problem getting out of here. l'll do this.
All right. Okay, well, that's a good start.
All you've done since you got here is sit around while the rest of us work.
An electrical thingy. And just, explosion
An eyelash curler.
And arms
And as I'm Iying there, wondering what happens next...
And ask for help. lt's always there.
And be alone, and, you know, in a room without....
And believe me, l'll know if you're using.
And everybody does.
And he aIways had Some mighty fine wine
And he aIways had Some mighty fine wine
And he's from Oklahoma.
And I did this day after day after night after night.
And I just can't stop thinking, you see
And it said:
And it's really sort of helped me stay sober...
And it's up to somebody else.
And l don't have a brother. But l have sisters.
And l feel that....
And l guess...
And l warned you about them. Pack your bags by morning.
And l'd get that feeling.
And l'm, you know, a patron of the arts, and diseases and cures and stuff.
And Lily is very, very grown up.
And make sweet Iove to you
And maybe you don't know that...
And my mother died when l was little too.
And my rule of thumb is, when you get home, get yourself a plant.
And now...
And others do it by getting wasted.
And she walks around...
And sometimes you have to go on one part of the fork...
And that includes us.
And that's the most important thing.
And then l would tell myself:
And then one night something happened.
And then something would happen.
And they're like....
And we can have a totally different life. All right?
And what you'll think. You'll just
And when that happened, how did you feel?
And you aII know what that feeIing is.
And you don't see me using that...
And you know that if anyone had a cIue...
And you know, people make mistakes.
And you think, ''Damn. l gotta get that little ball in there?''
And you're not with me.
And you're over here jumping to the huge serving fork...
And, boy, I did it.
Andrea D., mail pickup at the Parker cabin, main room.
Andrea, does the phrase ''in confidence'' mean anything?
Andrea, this is Gwen.
Andrea's ''one more time'' was what killed her.
Anonymous strangers thinking l'm bad news, that's not funny.
Another time. lt's all right.
Anything else?
Anyway, l guess one night while he was scraping that tube to his stomach...
Are we all fixed now?
Are you aII right?
Are you coming?
Are you dense? Did your mom drop you on your head?
At rehab.
At the reception, she gets up...
Attention aII patients. Tonight's Iecture:
B minus.
Be specific, Traci. What was fun?
Be very, very quiet.
Be very, very quiet. l'm hiding.
Beat you.
Because I knew that they couIdn't be haIf as bad as not using.
Because if you're not having fun....
Because l don't feel like talking about it.
Because l've heard so many people here say, ''l just want to use one more time.''
Because no way should she be here.
Because she can't sit still, you know?
Because they cover it up.
Because what kind of person just jumps out of a window, you know?
Because when you let go of the ball...
Becomes the head.
Been here long?
Better. But you nutted the batter...
Betty, where's the love?
Betty, you gotta get me a new roommate. He stinks.
Bitch.
Bus is here.
But at Ieast dreams end
But Darian didn't know that when she found out about the gambling.
But I heIped him drink his wine
But I heIped him drink his wine
But it wasn't. lt was a 4 year old lawn jockey.
But it's just that, you know, if l'm gonna really
But just because somebody proposes, that don't mean you have to say yes.
But l do know that he is dangerous for you.
But l don't have a problem. l don't have health problems.
But there's always a fork in the road at some point.
But you needed it. Didn't you?
But, dear God, the tiny clusters of tumors in my brain.
Bye, Jasper.
Bye.
Cake store. Cake store. Cake store.
Can I Go Home Now?''
Can l have the key to the men's room?
Can l help you?
Can we talk about something else?
Can you get stuff, or is it, like...?
Can you go a little faster, please?
Can't believe this is the advice l'm getting.
Can't force it.
Care to weigh in?
CAs and NAs meet tomorrow...
Celebrate with us. We got a monster table going in the back.
Charm Blossom, this really isn't necessary.
Chocolate. Heroin addict.
Cirrhosis is the ninth leading cause of death in the United States...
Cocaine.
CoDA starts at 8 p.m. in B.
Coke and sex.
Collected money for the poor little homeless children at the church bazaar.
Come here a second.
Come here.
Come here.
Come on, baby. We all want that.
Come on, come on, come on.
Come on!
Come on.
Come on.
Come on.
Come on.
Come on. Give me a couple. l'll pick one.
Cornell Shaw for Clancy, please.
Couldn't stink more if he were dead.
Custody of my kids.
Dad, we need a napkin or something.
Daniel, wow.
Darian, it Iooks Iike I may be carrying FaIcon's chiId.
Darian, your lover...
Darian? Darian?
Decaf.
Deirdre, darling, l have some bad news.
Did you think it was a pretty wedding? l did.
Did you water it?
Do l know these people?
Do me that one courtesy, because l'm not that, either.
Do people actually get stuff here, or is it...?
Do something!
Do what?
Do you always use insight to disarm your new recruits?
Do you have plans for dinner?
Do you know what's missing?
Do you want them?
Doesn't it hurt?
Don't be a jerk.
Don't call me ''pal.''
Don't drink, go to meetings, find a sponsor, ask for help.
Don't drink, go to meetings, find a sponsor, ask for help.
Don't ever be someone's slogan, because you are poetry.
Don't forget tonight's Iecture at 8:30:
Don't grab it, don't grab it. Look at it, look at it.
Don't let them tell you there's something wrong with you! You're fine!
Don't miss tonight's Iecture: ''Is God An AIcohoIic?''
Don't worry about Daniel.
Don't worry about Darian. I tucked her into bed hours ago.
Don't worry. l'll replace it.
Dreams might be pretend
Drugs, women. l mean, just leap before you think.
Drunk men stagger, drunk men faII Drunk men swear and that's not aII
Eddie Boone, checking in.
Eddie, where's your car, man? l bet it's really cool!
Eddie, you surprise me.
Elaine, look.
Elizabeth Taylor, weeping in group about how she never felt beautiful.
Evelyn. Don't you recognize the hat?
Even a pain in the ass needs...
Even when she was a mess, you know, the world noticed her.
Everybody hurts everybody. lt's the human condition!
Everyone l've told has laughed really hard.
Everyone was losing their minds.
Everything else.
Everything has to be different.
Excellent idea.
Excellent work. Really excellent work.
Excellent work. That was really good sharing. l really enjoyed that.
Except for the Vickodin, which will be flushed.
Excuse me, sir.
Excuse me?
Excuse me. Talking.
Fair enough. We done?
Family sessions.
Fast and alive. Alive, all right?
Find a cab! Taxi!
Fire!
Folks, the definition of insanity...
For 28 boring days
For driving drunk, hitting a lawn jockey that could've been a 4 year old child?
For it won't be Iong