Friday, May 8, 2009

Sunshine Cleaning

One of the downfalls in creating a blog inspired by how few there are of something is... is when you don't have anything to blog about. Out of all the movies being released in New York this weekend, not one was directed by a woman. (On a side note, I watched two movies yesterday—one had a prostitute as a main character, and the other had a secondary who was a stripper. Hmm.) Anyway, Sunshine Cleaning, directed by Christine Jeffs, is still in theaters, so you can go see that if the spirit moves you—I saw it a few weeks ago and really enjoyed it. I didn't agree with the New York Times on this one, but you can read the reviews in the Boston Globe or the SF Gate. One thing that the Boston Globe points out: even though it was marketed as a comedy, it's really more along the lines of You Can Count on Me than Little Miss Sunshine.

If the premise has piqued your curiosity about biohazard cleanup, you can read more in this LA Times piece.

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