1972. Two youths, Rosemary (sixteen) and her stepbrother, Dick
(nineteen), inhabit their affluent uncle's beach home while he's away.
By circumstance, they meet a third youth: a
twenty-two-year-old drifter named Daisy. Though
Daisy’s behavior, background and intentions are somewhat
mysterious, the three develop an almost instant fondness for one
another, forming an ambiguous, strange, perhaps troubling bond. Together they will
experience moments of coming-of-age freedom in a bygone era, poignant
self-discovery, and ultimately a horrific and unforgettable event.
"Raw and unsettling"
"A beautifully written, complex character study with a bewitching atmosphere...evaluated purely on the depth, artfulness, and insight of its writing, 'Sunny Days' is better than the vast majority of scripts"
-The Black List
A JIM VENDIOLA FILM