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Rebellious 13-year-old Anastasija (Emma Skirmante) and her younger sister Diana (Gerda Aljena) live together in an overcrowded Latvian orphanage. While Diana is excited by the news of their pending adoption by a wealthy American couple, Anastasija acts out in defiance, clinging to the hope that they can be reunited with their biological mother who has recently been released from prison. The award-winning feature debut from Latvian writer/director Linda Olte, SISTERS "adroitly navigates that liminal space between childlike vulnerability and bullish independence" in a moving film highlighted by "strong naturalistic performances from it's young cast" (Screen Daily).
Rebellious 13-year-old Anastasija (Emma Skirmante) and her younger sister Diana (Gerda Aljena) live together in an overcrowded Latvian orphanage. While Diana is excited by the news of their pending adoption by a wealthy American couple, Anastasija acts out in defiance, clinging to the hope that they can be reunited with their biological mother who has recently been released from prison. The award-winning feature debut from Latvian writer/director Linda Olte, SISTERS "adroitly navigates that liminal space between childlike vulnerability and bullish independence" in a moving film highlighted by "strong naturalistic performances from it's young cast" (Screen Daily).
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Sisters (Masas) - Sisters (Masas)

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Format: DVD
Label: INDIEPIX
Rel. Date: 01/16/2024
UPC: 760137140092

Sisters (Masas)
Artist: Sisters (Masas)
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Rebellious 13-year-old Anastasija (Emma Skirmante) and her younger sister Diana (Gerda Aljena) live together in an overcrowded Latvian orphanage. While Diana is excited by the news of their pending adoption by a wealthy American couple, Anastasija acts out in defiance, clinging to the hope that they can be reunited with their biological mother who has recently been released from prison. The award-winning feature debut from Latvian writer/director Linda Olte, SISTERS "adroitly navigates that liminal space between childlike vulnerability and bullish independence" in a moving film highlighted by "strong naturalistic performances from it's young cast" (Screen Daily).
        
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