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It was an interesting premise for a movie, however, it had the tendency to lose it's impetus by attempting to be too art house. It captured the interest by keeping the watcher intent on working out exactly who was trying to achieve what and with whom but, more importantly why? It made for a kind of Charmed meets tortured soul effect, not, it has to be said a great combination for a movie. The dynamic of the sisters with their warped control freak father was nicely worked, leaving the watcher to draw their own conclusions about exactly what he got up to when mom wasn't looking.
Interesting boho kitsch costume for the girls and a nice stud muffin too!
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