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Drunks

Rated R for pervasive strong language, substance abuse and a sex scene.

R 90min.
 
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An Alcoholics Anonymous meeting brings together a disparate group of people struggling with addiction to drugs and liquor in this film based on Gary Lennon's play "Blackout. Read More
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