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Sister Sarah's Sky (2005)

Sarah is a misunderstood 14-year-old from a conservative Connecticut family who rebels by secretly studying Marxism. She spends the summer in California with her Bohemian aunt, uncle, and ... See full summary »

Director:

Michael Glover

Writer:

Michael Glover

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Cast

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Sarah Rosenkrantz ... Sarah
Michael Glover ... Sarah's Uncle
Robyn Rosenkrantz ... Herself
David Zink David Zink ... Ergo Williams
Jim Petersmith Jim Petersmith ... Sarah's Dad
Stephen Markle Stephen Markle ... Clifford Volgar
Deborah Dietrich Deborah Dietrich ... Clifford's Wife
Kevin Delaney Kevin Delaney ... Pool Boy
Burton Jespersen Burton Jespersen ... Sarah's Conscience / Pool Whisperer
Trampas Thompson ... Chad Silversmith
Damon Jacob Grossman Damon Jacob Grossman ... Record Promoter
Janna Marit Janna Marit ... Republican Fantasy Girl
Francesco Mazzini ... Fellini Film Star
Jessica Schroeder Jessica Schroeder ... Herself
Arimah Trinidad Arimah Trinidad ... Dancer
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Storyline

Sarah is a misunderstood 14-year-old from a conservative Connecticut family who rebels by secretly studying Marxism. She spends the summer in California with her Bohemian aunt, uncle, and their eccentric artist friends and gets a different perspective on life. Through a series of letters home, Sarah establishes the long-missing emotional connection with her parents. A movie filled with original music, dancing, and surreal dream sequences. The Orange County Register said in a review of the film: "Although rated G, Sister Sarah's Sky delivers an artful and intelligent comedic look at everything from communism and capitalism to meditation and the music industry. The film also takes a surprisingly deep look at the forces that can divide and reunite families." Written by Michael Glover

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A 14-year-old closet Commie from a conservative Connecticut family spends the summer in California with her Bohemian aunt, uncle, and their eccentric artist friends.

Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

29 August 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Budget:

$12,000 (estimated)
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Bright Blue Gorilla See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo (Western Electric Sound System)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

After being cast as folk-singer friends of Matthew Broderick in the Disney/Touchstone film "The Last Shot", Michael Glover and Robyn Rosenkrantz used their Hollywood-Movie-Sized paychecks to buy a movie camera and editing gear. Michael, then dailies editor for the TV show The Osbournes, wrote a script and convinced 33 of his actor friends to join in the madness. (As playwright, Michael won the prestigious playwright's contest at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre in Waterford CT and other writing awards.) Michael and Robyn make up the popular folk-rock duo, Bright Blue Gorilla. See more »

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