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CHICAGO – In our latest HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: Film, we have a special giveaway with 25 run-of-engagement admit-two “Sunshine Cleaning” passes. “Sunshine Cleaning” stars Academy Award nominees Amy Adams and Emily Blunt as well as Academy Award winner Alan Arkin. The film also stars Jason Spevack, Steve Zahn, Clifton Collins Jr. and Mary Lynn Rajskub.

From the from the producers of “Little Miss Sunshine,” “Sunshine Cleaning” opened nationwide on March 20, 2009. To win your run-of-engagement “Sunshine Cleaning” pass, which can be used when you please at any movie theater during the film’s run, all you need to do is be one of the first 25 people to submit your worst-job story in our confidential, Web-based submission form.

That’s it! Directions to enter this HollywoodChicago.com Hookup and immediately win a run-of-engagement “Sunshine Cleaning” pass can be found beneath the graphic below.

The poster for Sunshine Cleaning with Amy Adams, Emily Blunt, Alan Arkin, Jason Spevack, Steve Zahn, Clifton Collins Jr. and Mary Lynn Rajskub
The poster for “Sunshine Cleaning” with Amy Adams, Emily Blunt, Alan Arkin, Jason Spevack, Steve Zahn, Clifton Collins Jr. and Mary Lynn Rajskub.
Image credit: Overture Films

Here is the synopsis for “Sunshine Cleaning”:

A single mom and her slacker sister find an unexpected way to turn their lives around in the offbeat dramatic comedy “Sunshine Cleaning”. Directed by Christine Jeffs (“Rain,” “Sylvia”), this uplifting film about an average family that finds the path to its dreams in an unlikely setting screened in competition at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival.

Once the high school cheerleading captain who dated the quarterback, Rose Lorkowski (Academy Award nominee Amy Adams) now finds herself a 30-something single mother working as a maid. Her sister, Norah (Golden Globe winner Emily Blunt), is still living at home with their dad, Joe (Academy Award winner Alan Arkin). He’s a salesman with a lifelong history of ill-fated get-rich-quick schemes.

Desperate to get her son into a better school, Rose persuades Norah to go into the crime scene cleanup business with her to make some quick cash. In no time, the girls are up to their elbows in murders, suicides and other… specialized situations.

As they climb the ranks in a very dirty job, the sisters find a true respect for each another and the closeness they have always craved finally blossoms. By building their own improbable business, Rose and Norah open the door to the joys and challenges of being there for each another – no matter what – while creating a brighter future for the entire Lorkowski family.

To secure your free poster, you must be logged into your HollywoodChicago.com account. If you don’t yet have one, you can quickly register here. Having an account with a valid e-mail address is required to win this HollywoodChicago.com Hookup.

Next, simply submit your worst-job story. You must submit your worst-job story using this confidential, Web-based submission form. Please do not comment in this Hookup. Your entry will be invalid if you do so. Please only submit your worst-job story using this submission form.

You must include your e-mail address, name and physical mailing address in your submission. To be eligible to win this HollywoodChicago.com Hookup, your physical mailing address must be collected securely and confidentially in this Web-based submission form in order for us to mail these physical, run-of-engagement passes to our winners.

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Like all Hookups here, this HollywoodChicago.com Hookup: Film is simple: The first 25 people to submit a worst-job story in this Web-based submission form win! The 25 run-of-engagement passes will be mailed to the winners at our expense.

Star Read our “Sunshine Cleaning” film review.
Star Read our Mary Lynn Rajskub interview.
Star Read our Steve Zahn interview on “Rescue Dawn”.
Star See our 29-image “Sunshine Cleaning” slideshow.
Star See our 18-image “Sunshine Cleaning” world-premiere slideshow.

HollywoodChicago.com editor-in-chief Adam Fendelman

By ADAM FENDELMAN
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HollywoodChicago.com
adam@hollywoodchicago.com

chicago-irishman's picture

Worst Job

I once had to clean out elevator pits, they gather grease and its like walking in a sea of black goo, it gets into everything, your cloths smell like it, your body smells like it and WHEN it gets under your fingernails IT STAYS there

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chicago-irishman wrote:
I once had to clean out elevator pits, they gather grease and its like walking in a sea of black goo, it gets into everything, your cloths smell like it, your body smells like it and WHEN it gets under your fingernails IT STAYS there

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In!

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herbdlicht's picture

I'm no office clerk!

My girlfriend was desperate for a guy Friday as a temp worker. Not my cup of tea. I dunno how to be chirpy and charming when answering a phone and I’m way too slow and methodical when filing. At least the money was good, but the job and I were a horrible blend. Getting ROE passes to SUNSHINE CLEANING would sure help eradicate that wretched memory from my brain!

Mr.Carl.Lee's picture

Working for MOM

On the first job, imagine your boss trying to be motherly. Not cool when your friends come to visit.

retro2814's picture

Worst job experience

I was working at a silk screening store (making t-shirts) and I almost set the place on fire after sending in a t-shirt to dry one too many times. It was the first and hopefully last time I have ever had to use a fire extinguisher.

jhardin1978's picture

worst job

I had a job doing telemarketing on the phone selling manuals. It was the worst job ever I never knew what the manuals were for and the few that I sold was a blessing because I felt like the people that bought them was just feeling sorry for me. I don’t ever want to sell anything again.

Ed Nemmers's picture

I worked for a hot dog place

I worked for a hot dog place while in high school and the woman in charge started to scream at me because I brought out the wrong tomatoes. They had been sliced and were in the refrigerator, but the oldest ones, which needed to be used up first, were in the back. Had I known this, I would have grabbed the right container. Her yelling at me was more than enough to have me find another job right away.

Alison's picture

Worst Job ever

My worst Job ever was working in a popcorn cart, during the summer in Steaming hot Orlando, FL at Disney World. It was so small you could even turn around and it was not airconditioned and to top it all off I had to wear a Film strip uniform to work everyday!

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