The Sun Is Also a Star was filmed in New York in the United States of America.
Malcolm X Boulevard
Scene where Natasha and Daniel are having a great time.
Scene was shot Originally a part of Sixth Avenue, the street was renamed in late 1887 for philanthropist James Lenox. In 1987, it was co-named Malcolm X Boulevard, in honor of the slain civil rights leader. The avenue was the heart of Harlem during the Harlem Renaissance in the 1930s. The street brought together African Americans, Latinos, British West Indians, and Spaniards who developed relationships over common interests such as jazz and food. Mount Morris Park Historic District was designated a historic district by New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1971, and is part of the larger Mount Morris Park neighborhood. It is a large 16-block area in west central Harlem. The boundaries are West 118th and West 124th Streets, Fifth Avenue, and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard (Seventh Avenue).
GPS: ['40.806282043457', '-73.9468078613281']
Scene where Natasha and Daniel have something to drink.
Scene was shot Caffe Reggio is a New York City coffeehouse first opened in 1927. Italian cappuccino was introduced in America by the founder of Caffe Reggio, Domenico Parisi, in the early 1920s. Inside the cafe, against the back wall, there is still the original espresso machine, made in 1902, that Domenico Parisi bought with his savings when he opened the cafe in 1927. In 1959, presidential hopeful John F. Kennedy made a speech outside the coffee shop. In 2010, the cafe was honored with a Village Award.
GPS: ['40.7302589416504', '-74.0003433227539']
Zucotti Park - Joy of Life
Scene where Natasha and Daniel meet.
Scene was shot Zuccotti Park, formerly called Liberty Plaza Park, is a 33,000-square-foot (3,100 m2) publicly accessible park in Lower Manhattan, New York City, located in a privately owned public space (POPS). The park was created in 1968. The park was heavily damaged in the September 11 attacks. The plaza was later used as the site of several events commemorating the anniversary of the attacks. After renovations in 2006, the park was renamed by its current owners, Brookfield Office Properties, after company chairman John Zuccotti. In 2011, the plaza became the site of the Occupy Wall Street protest camp.
GPS: ['40.708610534668', '-74.0103607177734']
Les Coleman Skatepark
Scene where Natasha tells Daniel she does not believe in love. He asks her to give him a day to make her fall in love with him. She gives him one hour.
Scene was shot This skatepark was originally created by local skateboarders. The city helped create a new Les Coleman Skatepark in 2012 with support of skate advocate Steve Rodriguez and California Skateparks.
GPS: ['40.7114143371582', '-73.9932632446289']
New Fuzhou Supermarket
Scene where Natasha is almost hit by a car when she is saved by Daniel.
Scene was shot None
GPS: ['40.7132987976074', '-73.9900512695313']