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Director, Miguel Arteta, along with actors Jennifer Aniston, Jake Gyllenhaal, Zoey Deschanel, Tim Blake Nelson, and John C. Reilly, arrive at the premiere of The Good Girl at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, UT.

“Justine (Jennifer Anniston) is the good girl. Thirty years old and working in a Texas discount store, she is dissatisfied by her routine and disgusted by her lazy, pot-smoking husband. Her life is nearly at a standstill, until she suddenly notices Holden (Jake Gyllenhaal) a few cash registers away. He is young and seemly as disaffected as she, and together the two forge a passionate connection destine to shatter everything Justine stands for, or at least thinks she does.” - John Cooper

You can watch a trailer for The Good Girl here.

© 2002 for Sundance Institute, Film still courtesy of The Good Girl.

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