deadCenter Review: ‘Sunny Day’
Screened as part of Comedy Shorts
Directed by Jason Klaus
A disillusioned real estate agent has hit the big time, but remains dissatisfied with his life. He knows he should probably change, but who wants to undertake that kind of effort?
Klaus develops a pretty interesting character simply for the fact that he actually understands his own issues, but the film has trouble escaping a monotone tenor. Fantasy sequences where the character indulges in violent outbursts don’t come alive quite like they ought to. Still, as a comedy of nihilism, it’s a fairly effective piece of work.
Grade: 2 1/2 out of 4 Stars
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