In the Overture Films dramedy, Amy Adams and Emily Blunt act as sisters working in a crime scene cleaning business which helps them to clean up their own messy lives.
Another trailer to Overture Films' "Sunshine Cleaning" has arrived. Focusing on the two sisters, Rose and Norah Lorkorswki, the brand new trailer gives out a background story to how Rose can come up with the Sunshine Cleaning idea, and how the crime scene cleaning business makes the two grow closer to each other.
Rose Lorkorswki is a single mother who has an eccentric eight-year-old son and cleans houses as her job, while Norah Lorkorswki is a slacker who has no job and still lives under one roof with her father, who always plots get-rich-quick schemes. Having to put her son into a better school and learning that cleaning crime scenes gives quick cash, Rose persuades Norah to be her partner in a crime scene cleaning business, putting themselves in a condition that they never think they would achieve.
Starring Amy Adams, Emily Blunt, Alan Arkin and Steve Zahn, "Sunshine" is directed by Christine Jeffs and written by Megan Holley. Though its official release date has yet to be slated, it has been premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival on January 18, 2008.
"Sunshine Cleaning" Second Trailer: