Daniel Bae, a romantic college student, and the pragmatic Natasha Kingsley are two young men who meet in New York City. Although the crush is instantaneous, their paths have crossed at the worst possible time. Natasha, of Jamaican origin, is struggling to prevent her and her family from being deported from the United States. in the next 12 hours. For this reason, he refuses to accept what he feels for Daniel. In spite of everything, he will try to convince her that his destiny is to be together. The Sun is also a star is the second best seller of the writer Nicola Yoon who makes the leap to the big screen. Produced by the same people responsible for the first one (Love is everything, everything), this film directed by Ry Russo-Young (If not awake) proposes an optimistic and exciting youthful romance between an idealistic university student and a skeptical young Jamaican woman who is 12 hours of being deported with her family. As in so many films, the city of New York becomes the incomparable setting, and almost protagonist, of a modern interracial love story that talks about falling in love at the most unexpected moment and wonders if the things that happen in life are random events or they are part of a plan of the universe. The promising performers Yara Shahidi (Black-ish) and Charles Melton (Riverdale) give life to this couple who are torn between accepting that their relationship is impossible or fight to show that their destiny is to be together. Rounding out the cast are John Leguizamo (John Wick: Blood Pact), Gbenga Akinnagbe (Detroit) and Keong Sim (Target: The White House), among others.