Scarlett is a 36-year-old waitress who lives with her mother, has no
boyfriend, and spends too much time watching old romantic movies. As Scarlett
drifts deeper into her reveries of Clark Gable, Cary Grant, Errol Flynn and
Humphrey Bogart, she takes her place as the heroine in each of their movies.
Let the Sunshine asks what happens when people of widely different political views are forced to co-exist. Toby, a maker of hard-hitting documentaries, flees Sydney with his wife after a blow up with the press.
He arrives at his old childhood haven only to find the simple town has been transformed into a playground for the wealthy and his old friend has become married to a wealthy property developer. The scene is set for a vintage Williamson comedy.
Scarlett O'Hara at the Crimson Parrot/Let the Sunshine