"Turns out it's against the law to throw biohazards in the dumpster. Who knew?"
Emily Blunt's character, Norah, dryly says this in the preview for Sunshine Cleaning, a little indie movie from this year's Sundance that finds two sisters starting up a "biohazard removal/crime scene clean-up service." One of the sisters (Amy Adams) is a single mom who needs to earn money to send her son to a new school. From the trailer, the movie seems strange, dark and funny, a little like Six Feet Under but with the innocent sweetness of Amy Adams.
There's still no actual release date for the film, though apparently it'll open sometime this year. To check out the trailer, read more.