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Sisters (2006)

A reporter witnesses a brutal murder, and becomes entangled in a mystery involving a pair of Siamese twins who were separated at birth, one of them forced to live under the eye of a watchful, controlling psychiatrist.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Grace Collier
Dr. Philip Lacan
Lou Doillon ...
Angelique Tristiana
Dr. Dylan Wallace
Larry Franklin
Dr. Lucas Bryant
Dr. Mercedes Kent
Detective Kalen
Detective Connors
Colin Chapin ...
Coffee Shop Worker #1
Coffee Shop Worker #2
Talia Williams ...
Rachel Williams ...
Erica Van Briel ...
Sofia Tristiana
David Purvis ...
Patrick - Aide


A young doctor goes home with a dazzlingly beautiful young woman he meets while volunteering at a party for children at a Vancouver mental health clinic. The next day is her birthday (as well as that of her twin sister, her unseen flatmate). After a night of lovemaking, the young doctor goes out in search of a cake. Meanwhile, a reporter who crashed the kids' party breaks into the office of the physician in charge of the clinic, only to witness a murder on a closed circuit television in the doctor's office. With the help of an investigator, the reporter pursues the truth, which eventually takes her back to the clinic. Does her own past hold the key to what she'll uncover? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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reporter | clinic | murder | twin | party | See All (107) »

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some bloody violence, strong sexuality and language | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

11 March 2008 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Almas Gêmeas  »

Box Office


$5,000,000 (estimated)

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1.85 : 1
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This film is a remake of Sisters (1973). See more »


In one of the memos Grace found in Dr. Lucan's office about Sophia Tristiana's mental state, there are four spelling errors in just two sentences: "validatity" for "validity"; "there" for "their"; "diagonsis" for "diagnosis"; and "abillties" for "abilities." See more »


Remake of Sisters (1972) See more »


Suite No. 1 for Cello Solo: Prelude
Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach
Arranged by Edward Dzubak and Gretta Cohn
Assistant Engineer: Eli Cohn
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Worse than the original
14 November 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Brian de Palma's 1973 Siamese twin opus, SISTERS, is a film ripe for remaking; it has a low budget, rough-around-the-edges feel to it that would definitely benefit from some Hollywood gloss and an enhanced budget. Sadly, this 2006 remake is an equally cheap and inferior version of the same story that muddies its narrative from the outset.

The film looks and feels like it was made by amateurs. The director is clearly way out of his comfort zone because he delivers a movie that looks cheap and like it's a movie, instead of natural feeling. Don't hope for pacing or tension or excitement because those qualities are out of action. The cast is also a disappointment and it feels like a lot of the performances are rushed, as if the actors were in a hurry to get on with it and then just go afterwards lest they become too associated with the production.

Stephen Rea is a case in point; he barely registers in the pivotal surgeon role and THE X-FILES' William B. Davis is even less noticeable. Chloe Sevigny (AMERICAN PSYCHO) is horrible as the reporter lead, Lou Doillon inferior to Margot Kidder in the twin role and the only actor who makes an impact is THE WALKING DEAD's Dallas Roberts. Stick with the original and give this redundant outing a miss.

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