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About Sunny (2011)

Think of Me (original title)
As things unravel for a struggling single mother in Las Vegas, she must decide what she's willing to give up to get by.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sunny (as Audrey Scott)
Chanel Flowers ...
Kashaun Hives ...
Food Court Cashier
Bernalyn Gutierrez ...
Store Cashier / Female Cashier
Stephanie Goins ...
Cleaning Woman
Cell Worker
Sergio Garcia ...
Car Dryer
Craig Gray ...
Eva Stepniewska ...
Loan Clerk


As things unravel for a struggling single mother in Las Vegas, she must decide what she's willing to give up to get by.

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Lauren Ambrose Is Wonderful In A Very Sad & Very Sombre Movie
2 August 2013 | by (Durham Region, Ontario, Canada) – See all my reviews

For the most part (and, honestly, with very few emotionally redeeming qualities) this is a dismally sombre and even sad film. It's not a bad film. It's just dreadfully sad. I have to admit that I haven't seen very much of Lauren Ambrose since the end of "Six Feet Under." One thing I learned from "About Sunny" is that she's most definitely grown up. She put on a very powerful performance in this, as single mother Angela, struggling to make ends meet - and generally not succeeding very well - as she seeks to raise her daughter Sunny (played by a young actress named Audrey P. Scott.) This is a desperate situation. It's a classic example of being caught between a rock and a hard place. Angela has a job, but it doesn't pay well. Sunny has a learning disability (dyslexia?) but Angela has no resources to help her with it. She has to take a second job at night, meaning she leaves Sunny alone a lot. She's not getting child support from Sunny's father, she makes dreadful decisions as she becomes more and more desperate. The whole movie (which starts out on a pretty down note) just seems to be a downward spiral. The question is: downward from what? How much lower could it go?

I don't need to go into a lot of details, except to say that - again - this is a sombre and very sad movie. For most of its run time it doesn't really seem to be going anywhere, other than documenting Angela's struggles, but in the end Angela is faced with a gut-wrenching ethical dilemma. Without saying what it is, I'd say that as a viewer you're torn at the end. I think she made the right choice, but what does the future hold for her and Sunny? How will it get any better? Or are these two just on a one way trip to nowhere.

But - sadness aside - this is a good movie. Ambrose's performance is powerful and she draws you into Angela's life. You feel sorry for her. Perhaps none of this desperation is her fault, and you know that she wants to be a good mother to Sunny. Even when she lashes out, you know that it's out of frustration, and not because of any lack of love for her daughter.

With an interesting lead character, and a good performance form Lauren Ambrose in the role, this is definitely worth watching. It's just not a movie you'd want to watch on a day when you need a pick-me-up! (7/10)

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