Anna Kendrick talked about how a traumatic event from her past influenced her most recent movie, Alice, Darling.
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, the film’s executive producer said that this was a big part of what he had to do.
However, he has never struck me, and so I do not have a significant fear that he will strike me in the future.
How can I tell the difference between healthy disagreements and abusive behavior? Why does my body always seem to be in such a state of fear? Why do I wake up feeling that he is in the bed next to me and wondering, “OK, do I have 30 seconds until I start performing or…?”
Her previous beliefs were called into question as a result of this relationship, and she said, “He’s so sure that I’m a monster that I can’t see how I’m not.”
She is also not completely sure that the verbal attack could turn into something more physical.
She made this statement to the Los Angeles Times: “You don’t have to believe that it might turn physical in order for you to feel like you’re allowed to leave, that you deserve to be treated better, and that you deserve to feel safe.”
Kendrick stated that she could “relate to Alice’s compulsive thinking.”
Anna Kendrick-starrer The narrative “Alice, Darling” recounts is about a girl who is trying to leave her codependency despite the psychological abuse she receives from her partner.