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Unicorn Store (2017)

A woman named Kit receives a mysterious invitation that would fulfill her childhood dreams.

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Brie Larson
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Credited cast:
Brie Larson ... Kit
Samuel L. Jackson ... The Salesman
Joan Cusack ... Gladys
Bradley Whitford ... Gene
Karan Soni ... Kevin
Martha MacIsaac ... Sabrina
Ryan Hansen ... Brock
Hamish Linklater ... Gary
Susan Park ... Angie
Emily Robinson ... Karen
Mary Holland
Annaleigh Ashford ... Crystal
Mamoudou Athie ... Virgil
Fiona Landers Fiona Landers ... Waitress
Chris Witaske ... Matt
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A woman named Kit receives a mysterious invitation that would fulfill her childhood dreams.

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Country:

USA

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English

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11 September 2017 (Canada) See more »

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Delightful, Quirky and Charming
28 September 2017 | by Raven-1969See all my reviews

Immersed in a magical realm of glitter, rainbows and unicorns, Kit radiates happiness and positive energy to the outside world. Yet darkness begins to creep into her life. Kit is rejected from art school, cannot find a job or mate, and is subjected to constant needling from parents who are encouraging her to leave the nest. In the face of such pressure, feeling unappreciated and losing faith in her dreams and artistic abilities, Kit displays uncharacteristic behavior. She slips on a bleak business suit and obtains a job at a soul snuffing ad agency with a creepy boss. This is when mysterious invitations arrive at Kit's desk luring her into believing in unicorns again. Friends and family consider an intervention as Kit responds to the invitations, begins building a stable worthy of a unicorn and prepares to smother her unicorn with love.

Brie Larson directs the film and stars as Kit, a creative woman with a fierce desire to be seen for who she truly is. This delightful, quirky and charming film sparkles with feminine energy and pastel colors. Even Samuel Jackson, with a supporting role, is part of the magic and glow. As wonderful as the story is, it needs a little more sophistication and depth, and less straightforwardness. Seen at the Toronto International Film Festival.


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