May 23, 1946 · Watch video · The desperate life of a chronic alcoholic is followed through a four-day drinking bout.
Produced by: Charles Brackett
The Lost Weekend is one of the best films to come from the 1940’s. It’s a tale about alcoholism and addiction, but it doesn’t talk down to the audience. This is not a temperance sermon, but an
Publisher: Farrar & Rinehart
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The Lost Weekend (1945) is a serious, painful and uncompromising, frank look at alcohol addiction that follows almost five days (‘one lost weekend’) in the life of a chronic, tortured alcoholic, and failed writer. The dark-tempered, melodramatic social-problem film was both a critically- …
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The movie was a bit too long and almost boring in places. The best part of the movie was the details of the alcoholic while drinking including the lies and deception, the hiding of bottles and forgetting where they are stowed away, drinking until passed out, etc.
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Lost Weekend, the legendary bar featuring billiards, games, art and great beers is back in brand new location on Clematis Street. The new cutting edge space will also feature an amazing modern Mexican taco menu from chef Jesus “Loco” Jacobo.
The Lost Weekend is an alcohol fueled Odyssey, complete with a faithful Penelope, around 1936 New York City and into the past of the protagonist, Don Birnam. Each of the six chapters documents one day in an increasingly nightmarish bender.