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Morgan Freeman’s A Good Person Movie (2023) Release Date | Cast | Trailer


The official trailer for Zach Braff’s newest film,A Good Person,” has been made available by MGM. The film stars Florence Pugh alongside Celeste O’Connor, Zoe Lister-Jones, Molly Shannon, Morgan Freeman, Jackie Hoffman, and Chinaza Uche.  in the upcoming thriller, a traumatized car crash survivor battling an opiate addiction. Allison starts to confront her history through an odd bond with the father of her deceased fiancé years after the catastrophe. On March 24, 2023, A Good Person is scheduled to chug into a few theatres (and released everywhere on March 31).   (tvacute.com) Here is everything you need to know about the “A Good Person” Movie..

The film, which Braff both directed and wrote, stars Pugh as Allison, who is in recovery from an opiate addiction after being behind the wheel when a collision killed her fiancé’s sister. Daniel, a father and model train enthusiast who laments this loss, is portrayed by Morgan Freeman. “I wish to regain my life! He says, “I want my child back,” to a dejected Pugh. Daniel confides in Allison about his problems managing his teenage granddaughter (Celeste O’Connor), whom he has discovered sleeping with an older man, after an improbable encounter years later. In the end, Daniel and Allison “learn that friendship, forgiveness, and hope can thrive in surprising places,” claims the synopsis. Watch the trailer below.

In Pugh’s role as the 18th-century version of a social media influencer in Braff’s 2019 short film “In the Time It Takes to Get There,” the two previously collaborated on a project. They worked together, and then they started dating. In the interview, Pugh added, “The movie we created together honestly was probably one of my favorite experiences. It appeared quite natural and simple to execute.

Braff received an Emmy nomination in 2005 for best main actor in a comedy series for his recurring role as J.D. on NBC’s “Scrubs.” Other noteworthy performances include parts in Gail Lerner’s 2022 adaption of “Cheaper by the Dozen” and 2013’s “Oz the Great and Powerful.” For directing an episode of Ted Lasso,” Braff was nominated for an Emmy in 2021. In addition to acting in “Wish I Was Here” and “Garden State,” he has also directed the 2017 movie “Going in Style.”  Together with Pugh, Noah Segal, Christine Vachon, Christina Piovesan, and Pamela Koffer, Braff produced the movie.


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