It would have been an interesting and quirky look into the issue of race if her perceptions had been followed throughout.
Symbolic of the glazed-over, plastic, "Leave It to Beaver"-esque tone of this film, Manny Singer writes the music and lyrics for toy company advertisements.
Manny Singer, who writes jingles at an ad agency, is devastated by his wife's abrupt death from cancer.
To handle his grief he becomes deeply involved with his work.
Cute, funny, while capable of serious emotion, I only hope she is able to break the glass ceiling which prevents so many childhood actors from continuing with their careers.
While "Corrina, Corrina" is generally entertaining, it seems a bit farfetched.