Sugar (2013 film)

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Sugar
Sugar FilmPoster.jpeg
Directed by Rotimi Rainwater
Produced by Rotimi Rainwater
Ari Palitz
Erin Ward
Written by Rotimi Rainwater
Tony Aloupis
Starring Shenae Grimes
Marshall Allman
Corbin Bleu
Austin Williams
Nastassja Kinski
Wes Studi
Angus Macfadyen
Will Peltz
Cinematography Gavin Kelly
Edited by Michael Palmerio
Production
company
Village Entertainment
Release dates
  • September 6, 2013 (2013-09-06)
Running time 128 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Sugar is an American film to be released on November 8, 2013 in conjunction with Homeless Youth Awareness Month. The film was directed by Rotimi Rainwater, written by Tony Aloupis and Rotimi Rainwater, and stars Shenae Grimes, Marshall Allman, Corbin Bleu, and Austin Williams. The film is based on the experiences Rainwater had when he himself lived on the streets.[1]

Plot[edit]

Based on true events, Sugar is the story of a young girl named Sugar with a troubled past trying to survive on the streets of Venice Beach. Sugar suffers from PTSD after losing her entire family in a horrific car crash. She survives with her group of outcast friends on the streets of Venice Beach, trying to find their own place in the world. Like so many homeless youth, Sugar is running from the pain of her past and will do anything to escape it. However, with the help of Bishop, her counselor in the youth shelter, she is able to reconnect with her uncle who has been searching for her. Sugar's new world starts to crumble when forced to confront the demons she's run from for the last two years. Sugar is an all too common story of a troubled youth learning how to stop hiding, and to start healing.

Production[edit]

Sugar began filming on November 30, 2010.[2]

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