Ani Fanelli (Mila Kunis) has it all as the Luckiest Girl Alive. A devastatingly handsome, doting fiancée named Luke (Finn Wittrock), a cutting-edge editorial job at a high-end magazine, an immaculate corporate-chic wardrobe. But underneath the fancy dinners and the glitz and glam, she is harboring a major secret.
When she was a teenager, Ani was a school shooting victim. During the fallout, one of her classmates, Dean (Carson MacCormac/Alex Barone), accused her of being partially responsible for it. Over a decade later, Dean is threatening to appear in a documentary where he will finally “expose” her, once and for all. Mike Barker‘s Luckiest Girl Alive, written by Jessica Kroll and based on her novel of the same name, sees Ani attempting to clear her name while also struggling to contend with the troubling secrets of her past.
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