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Lies I Told My Little Sister (2014)

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After the death of her oldest sister, a 30 year old globe-trotting nature photographer is guilted onto a family trip to Cape Cod - along with the younger sister she used to torment. Amid ... See full summary »
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Cory Webber
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Laura Lucien
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Josh Davidson
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Cornelius Braintree
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Sarah Webber
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Nick Miller
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Preston Marks
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Carol Inez (voice)
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Deena
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Jessie
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Young Jane (as Rachel A. Weintraub)
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Sarah (Age 6) (voice)
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After the death of her oldest sister, a 30 year old globe-trotting nature photographer is guilted onto a family trip to Cape Cod - along with the younger sister she used to torment. Amid recriminations, revelations, a very weird shopkeeper and an old romance, they square off against the patterns of childhood. Written by Gasparilla International Film Festival

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A family trip. Packing all the childhood baggage.

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Extraordinary acting, funny & sad, family trip flick
6 October 2015 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

Outstanding actors and believable complex characters, set on beautiful Cape Cod, and a great mix of drama and comedy make this little indie a gem. After the death of the favorite of three sisters, the other two siblings go with the rest of the extended family on a trip to try to recover, but end up also having to deal with all their childhood baggage. At times laugh out loud funny and other times heart-wrenching, just like life itself. Lucy Walters (Shame, Power) is extraordinary and magnetic as the lead, and Ellen Foley as the sisters' mother in an absolutely stellar performance. Relationships are tough even in the best of times, but you come away feeling uplifted, and you'll keep chuckling over the porn magazine. Saw this at a film festival where it deservedly took the Best of the Festival award.


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