Sarah Silverman stars in ‘I Smile Back,’ a new film about a seemingly perfect suburban mom who falls into destructive behaviors that threaten to take away all that is important to her.
FOX 5’s Kevin McCarthy spoke with Silverman about what they use in place of cocaine in the film and how hard it was to step away from the character after the scenes were over.
She told Kevin that she got a lot out of the role. “When you live in the past, it's depression, and when you thinking only in the future, what if, that's anxiety, and that's the motivation for needing to, as much as you can, remind yourself to live in the moment.”
Find out more about the film here: http://www.ismilebackmovie.com/
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