Rocky McCorkle’s You and Me on a Sunny Day is a feature length non-motion picture comprised of 135 large scale photographic stills. A five year project started in 2007, McCorkle’s sequential series follows the life of 87 year-old widow Millie Holden as her everyday routine gets run off course by a reminiscent 1950’s movie marathon. From the deepest folds of memory, flashbacks of her late husband propel her into a vivid narrative that gets stranger and more claustrophobic with each turn. Based on Millie’s own experience of an event centered elsewhere, You and Me is a psychological thriller about the malleability of memory and the impact that fictional media has on her way of life. With You and Me on a Sunny Day, McCorkle has created an emotionally charged counterpoint to modern day cinema.