My Louisiana Sky

2002

My Louisiana Sky (2002)

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A young girl learns a difficult lesson about the bonds of family in this drama based on the novel for young adults by Kimberly Willis Holt. Tiger Ann Parker (Kelsey Keel) is a girl growing up in the small rural community of Saitter, LA, and she's not especially happy with her life. Her mother (Amelia Campbell) suffered brain damage after a childhood accident that significantly reduced her IQ, and her father (Chris Owens) is "slow" and has trouble reading and writing, which has made Tiger Ann the subject of a lot of cruel taunting from her classmates at school. When Tiger Ann's Aunt Dorie (Juliette Lewis) offers to let her stay with her in the "big city" of Baton Rouge, the young girl is eager to see what the world has to offer beyond the city limits of Saitter. But Tiger Ann soon discovers that leaving her home and family behind is not as simple as she imagined. My Louisiana Sky also features Shirley Knight; actor Adam Arkin directed, in what was his first feature-length project.

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Critic Reviews for My Louisiana Sky

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (2)

While its heart is unquestionably in the right place, My Louisiana Sky is ultimately so superficial, with a moral sense so predictable and yet so unbelievable, that the film is almost condescending.

Oct 18, 2018 | Full Review…
Variety
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I will say that Adam Arkin is nicer behind the camera than in front of it. He directs nice; he acts mean.

Feb 5, 2018 | Full Review…

Sweet coming-of-age movie has mature themes.

Jun 19, 2013 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for My Louisiana Sky

½

Decent movie. Nothing spectacular. Just sweet. Fun to see a young Michael Cera, though..

Cynthia S.
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