Like Sunday, Like Rain

Synopsis: LIKE SUNDAY, LIKE RAIN tells the story of Reggie, a 12 year old rich prodigy who lives in a castle in New York, surrounded by wealth but living a lonely life as his parents are frequently absent. Eleanor is a young musician going through the pains of growing up, who is having problems with her boyfriend and was recently fired from her job. This is a beautiful story about discovery and acceptance.
Genre: Drama, Music
Director(s): Frank Whaley
Production: Monterey Media
  3 wins.
 
IMDB:
6.9
Metacritic:
43
Rotten Tomatoes:
50%
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Year:
2014
104 min
$27,623
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Good morning, Reggie.

Good morning, Esa.

It will be a day

wonderful today.

This woman was treated

like family.

Family!

You know what it means?

And it was very well paid.

And now you're telling me ...

Wait, I mean.

And now you're telling me ...

I said to wait!

she is coming back

to Panama?

It has strawberries inside.

Forgot one.

This tiny?

The Euler equation says

dividing the surface

a sphere faces,

edges and vertices,

and if "F" is

the number of faces,

"And" the number of edges,

and "V" be the number of vertices

always we arrive ...

Reggie Kipper?

V - E + F = 2

It's correct.

The same applies to

the pyramid with five sides,

four triangles

and a square,

least eight edges

five vertices.

For any other combination

sides, edges and vertices.

Euler thought at all.

Thank you, Mr. Kipper.

Look forward,

Mr. Kipper.

As I was saying,

consider the roles,

follow the rules and not go wrong.

not fail Rules.

The calculations shall be made

for Friday.

not beyond Friday.

Janis? Hi.

It Eleanor.

Dennis is there?

No, he has not returned

last night.

I'm not worried,

only...

I thought I could

be with you.

No, I looked in the hallway,

it's not there.

It's ok.

Have a nice day.

It's me.

It's already 10:
30.

And he did not come home,

last night.

AND...

Over, Dennis.

Ended.

It is best to talk with Gregg.

- He is angry?

- Here it is.

Thank you. Excuse me.

Excuses do not matter.

Just arrive

to work on time.

"Standing on the mature breast

my beloved, "

"so I feel forever

his calm breathing, "

"and wake up one day

a sweet unrest. "

"Quiet, fixed, and I will hear

his tender and breathing calmly, "

"and thus live forever,

or fail in death. "

Did you call me last night?

I was in "Curbieju".

Someone stole my

phone, do you?

Sure, you're a b*tch.

How do you think I feel?

They stole my phone.

J volto.

Come with me, a**hole.

Relax before

start a scene.

They are about firing me.

Please go away.

Let me explain

what happened.

I do not want to hear.

I've had enough of that.

I'm a f***ing musician.

It's my way of life.

- Bullshit.

- It's what I am.

- Only in your head.

- What? No!

He works at UPS.

That's what you do.

Yeah, smart-ass? So, as

we have shows every week?

He had to pay

to let you play.

This does not count as show.

F*** it, then.

It's all right.

- Eleanor, what is?

- No.

I played his guitar

through the window.

Did what?

It is best that has not

done that.

Sh*t!

Eleanor is better

I have not done.

Let's get out and talk

about it a moment.

Please,

We can talk?

Do not.

We can not talk.

We can ...

Come talk to me.

- It's all right?

- Everything's good.

Let's go out and

talk about it, right?

- What happened?

- Eleanor?

Dennis, we can talk later

Now, get out.

- Not after. Now.

- Go away, please.

Talk to me!

- Right. Get out!

- Excuse me. Excuse me.

Eleanor, I'm sorry.

Excuse me.

Eleanor.

You too, Eleanor.

Out.

Great.

Great.

Time to eat.

No time to read.

The face of flowers called?

No, ma'am.

The house is full of

dead flowers for three days.

Reggie, drove

to school today?

- No.

- What did I say?

I'm crippled.

I can walk.

Reggie, use the car for

get to and from school.

I like air, right.

Like breathing.

Then open the window.

We have a car with

driver stopped here

as you go on foot

to school.

What is this sauce?

Meat?

Do not.

Now eat.

Tomorrow the entrevistarei

girls in the library.

Let all

take the shoes.

Yes ma'am.

What happened to Tula?

- She returned to Panama.

- Because?

Because of the Green Card.

Is none of your business.

She did not say goodbye.

She asked

dismiss you for it.

It was because of me?

Guess what? The world does not revolve

around you.

Sometimes things just

occur in this world.

Whatever that means.

This is not meat

Also, Reggie.

- With the.

- Yup.

But this brown sauce

It is vegetarian, Esa?

Yes, I already told you.

Is it really necessary

hiring a nanny?

I'm 13 years old.

You have 12 years.

What will you do when I see

dad? Live as a single?

Esa is here.

I will visit my daughter,

for a month.

- I know.

- I warned you a long time.

Yes Yes.

Esa, Jesus Christ!

Take my wine to the room,

please.

I will watch "Masterchef"

and sleep.

Hi Mom.

How are you?

Yes, I'm on a

public phone.

I know.

I do not know, Linden Street?

How's Shelly?

You are kidding with me?

Because she...

Do not let her do it, Mom.

Should not work there,

regardless of money.

I'm fine, I was fired.

It was a lot of things.

And Dennis came and made a scene.

I do not want to talk about it.

I grabbed my stuff

and leaves.

I do not know.

I did not plan any of this.

It just happened.

As a matter of fact,

I was thinking of going back

home for a while.

Probably a few weeks,

I] do not know for sure.

No, I will not go back there.

He would not let me in.

I played his guitar out the window.

I do not know

How long, Mother.

Enough time to

join some money.

I have only $ 160

on my account.

I will not take many things.

What do you think that'll take?

All I have

It fits into a briefcase.

Hello? I'm here, wait.

Yes, I'm sorry.

I did not decide yet.

I'm just thinking.

Can I have a girl from

Work. She said okay.

It's ok.

I have to go. That link

It will cost a fortune.

Okay, I will.

I'll. Do not worry.

Tell that Shelly

It should not work there.

No matter how much

is gaining.

It's ok?

I'll. Right.

Bye.

- Courtney!

- Yup?

Eleanor will

spend the night here.

- You'll sleep where?

- On the couch. What's the problem?

This is not a hotel.

God. How annoying.

Okay I stay here?

Yes, do not worry.

She was less annoying,

I could stay longer,

but the apartment is hers.

It's all right.

Tonight is great. I already have

place for tomorrow.

- Are you sure?

- Yup.

I will lie down and read a book.

I need to wake up early

and find work.

Want to know?

Here it is...

call these people,

my friend Abby recommended

is kind of a

jobs agency.

Temporary services?

Yeah, like baby-sitting services.

Has cared for children?

Yes. My little sister.

So that's, say

It has babysitting experience

and caring for children,

or whatever ...

My friend Abby managed

work to care for the children

what's the name ...?

British girl,

that program ...

Dress well, come on,

invent who is experienced ...

I myself would go there, but

they confer

criminal record.

Thanks.

Right. See you later?

Close after you leave.

Due to lack of care.

I can sue you so fast ...

Forget Sal, mother.

Sal does not interest me.

Mom, I'm not

interested in Sal.

Mom, stop talking. Stop

talk while I'm talking about.

Stop talking, Mom.

What the f***!

I've worked on

bar, restaurant,

and caring for children,

most of the time.

- Yup?

- How nanny.

- Babysitter?

- Yup.

I...

worked babysitting

for a family.

Do you have references?

Not because they ...

back to ...

the Europe.

They were from Belgium.

Has somehow

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Frank Whaley

Frank Joseph Whaley (born July 20, 1963) is an American actor, film director, screenwriter and comedian. He is best known for his roles as Brett in Pulp Fiction, Robbie Krieger in The Doors, and young Archie "Moonlight" Graham in Field of Dreams. more…

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