It Was Sunny the Day I Killed Her

It Was Sunny the Day I Killed Her

Quick stats about the movie

A woman falls in love with a perverse, manipulative man who nurtures the deviance in her until she is jilted and seeks revenge. But on whom?

Creative team

Writer/director/producer: Kenneth J. Harvey

Filmmaker’s statement

My statement, through the words of viewers:

“I am about to turn 68, and nothing I have ever seen has had such a profound effect. I have to watch this again and again. Thank you.” – Linda Russell

“Gorgeous and terrifying.” – Tony Burgess

“Yes, I killed her a thousand times. One of the most touching works of art I have ever experienced. Thank you so much for this film. Every woman should see it and every man should hear it.” – Dorcas Kelland-Klartoft

About Kenneth J. Harvey

Kenneth J. Harvey

Kenneth J. Harvey is an award-winning filmmaker, journalist, photographer and international bestselling author.

His films have screened at over 30 film festivals around the world. He grew up behind the camera and in the editing room with his father, Josiah, who trained at the National Film Board in Montreal.

Harvey’s books are published in Canada, the US, the UK, Russia, Germany, China, Japan, Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, Italy, Turkey, Sweden, the Netherlands, Denmark and France.

He has won the Rogers Writers’ Trust Fiction Prize, the Thomas Raddall Atlantic Fiction Award, the Winterset Award, Italy’s Libro Del Mare, and has been nominated for the Books in Canada First Novel Award, the International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, and twice for both the Giller Prize and the Commonwealth Writers Prize.

His editorials have appeared on CBC Radio, in The Times (London) and in most major Canadian newspapers, including The Globe and Mail, National Post, Ottawa Citizen, Telegraph Journal, Vancouver Sun, Toronto Star and Halifax Daily News.

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