NY Times - Review: ‘Like Sunday, Like Rain,’ a Sentimental Intersection of Two Lives

Leighton Meester of “Gossip Girl” acquits herself quite well in “Like Sunday, Like Rain,” and so does a young newcomer named Julian Shatkin. It’s a bittersweet story that thins out toward the end as it turns too obviously sentimental, but it’s still a nicely etched tale of the intersection of two unrelated lives.

Jessica Toscano

Jessica is an LA based art director and producer who has worked for a variety of clients ranging from Dunkin Donuts to Marvel. With a background in dance, photography, and design, Jess brings a colorful yet minimalist approach to all her projects.

Her most recent producing work includes the anticipated feature documentary, I'll Sleep When I'm Dead directed by Justin Krook, making it's world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this spring. And two brand new web series in collaboration with the directing duo 2FridasGrowing Up Derby a coming of age series that follows the life of a Los Angeles youth roller derby team; the LA Junior Derby Dolls; and Inspiring Women Series, a series giving you glimpse into the lives and minds of women who have found happiness and success by being their authentic selves and following their hearts.