MichaelCheritto, it's unfortunate that your poor understanding of both how addiction works and general human psychology is expressed in such an insenstive and ignorant way. I really hope you get to experience more in life and learn that nothing ever exists in such concrete, black-and-white terms. I imagine one day you might come back to this posting and find you've grown into someone more understanding and experienced, or at least less hateful. I hope so, anyway, for the worlds' sake - we certainly need fewer ill-informed, judgmental people out there.
Just saw this movie for the first time yesterday. Words cannot express my dismay when I found out the actress who played the little girl died young. How tragic...
the Hollywood lifestyle destroyed another life.
My lasting image in this movie is near the beginning when Savannah is standing at the window sadly waving good-bye to her parents as they drive off to some social function leaving her alone again with the nanny. That is an event that happens way too often in real life.