Independent filmmaker Debra Granik makes her feature debut with the drama Down to the Bone, based on her award-winning short Snake Feed. Vera Farmiga stars as Irene, a working-class mother living in upstate New York. She struggles to keep her marriage together and raise two sons while keeping her cocaine addiction a secret. Hoping to make a change in her life, she tries to kick her drug habit. However, this proves even more difficult with the oncoming winter and a developing affair. Also starring Hugh Dillon and Clint Jordan, Down to the Bone premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2004. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi
This is one of the crummiest movies I've ever seen. It had no redeeming value whatsoever. There is nothing more depressing than the dead souls that inhabit the drug scene. The acting sucked and there were way too many tattoos and body piercings for my taste. And one snake is one too many unless I'm watching a Tarzan movie. Ugh...
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