Alcohol problems aren’t for life, and AA isn’t the only option 8 things film and TV get wrong about drug and alcohol treatment

In 1945’s The Lost Weekend, a struggling novelist tries to loosen his writer’s block with booze, to devastating effect. In Days of Wine and Roses, released in 1962, Jack Lemmon slides into alcoholism along with his wife, played by Lee Remick. He finds help through AA, but she rejects the group and loses her family. …

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