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Colleen Lunsford is a young nun-in-training in the 2016 dark comedy movie Little Sister. She avoided all contact with her family while she was training to become a nun in a convent in Brooklyn, until her mother sends her an email telling her brother has come home from Iraq. Coleen temporarily lets go of her studies and returns to her childhood home. She discovers that her old room was still exactly as she left it years ago. Her parents were happy to see her, but things became awkward eventually. Plus, her brother was staying at the guesthouse, living like a recluse.
Dress up in a gothic-like nun costume with our Coleen Lunsford costume set. This includes a White Nun Costume, Goth White Make-up, Black Lipstick, Spike Choker, and Pink Hair Wig. Complete the look with our Baby Doll and Fake Blood.
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Upon her return home, Colleen found herself sucked by in her family’s dysfunctional dynamic. Her mother is depressive and a stoner, also deals with Colleen with hostility. Colleen tries to reconnect with her brother Jacob, who was badly burned at the war and wouldn’t go out of the family guesthouse. She was having no luck, so in desperation, she dresses up in a white nun’s habit, dyes her hair pink, wears black lipstick, and sings for her brother. She wants to make her brother feel that she loves him and not abandoning him.
Our Colleen Lunsford costume set transforms you into the cutest, gothic nun will surely turn heads! No need to dye your hair pink since we already have the perfect wig for you. Make good use of the Fake Blood and smear it all over your costume for greater effect. Don’t forget to bring the Baby Doll included in the set.
About Colleen Lunsford
The film is set during President Obama’s first Presidential campaign in October 2008. Jacob was sent to war and returned home a broken person. The family was immensely affected by political decisions made.
Little Sister received positive reviews from critics. It got a 94% rating on Rotten Tomatoes with an average rating of 7 1/10. The website describes the movie as “[subverting] indie drama expectations with a refreshingly off-kilter look at family dynamics that makes its points through solid characterizations and earnest effort.”
Rolling Stone’s Peter Travis stated, “In Little Sister, a skillful blend of humor and heartbreak (minus sappy sentiment), Clark takes us to places and head spaces we don’t see coming. Clark takes the story he concocted with producer Melodie Sisk down dark alleys, but Little Sister is never cynical or inhumane…He’s made a transfixing film about a family that looks touchingly and unnervingly like yours and mine.”