When five sisters return to their home in Sicily to divide up the family art and antiques, all hell breaks loose.


Doug Bremner


Doug Bremner





Cast overview, first billed only:
Zoe Myers ... Seconda
Maggie Gwin ... Fulvia Parlazzi Ratar (as Maggie Henry)
Ismail Ibn Conner Ismail Ibn Conner ... Lucky Agee
Concetta DeLuco Concetta DeLuco ... Duplecia Parlazzi
Caroline Avery Granger ... Natascia Parlazzi
Rob Maniscalco Rob Maniscalco ... Arie Glitsky (as Robert Maniscalco)
T.J. Sanson ... Tristana Parlazzi (as Tori Montgomery)
Dawn Campion ... Mallatta Parlazzi
Dylan Bremner ... Morris Glitsky
Chase Steven Anderson ... Car Rental Employee
Avri Bartolozzi Avri Bartolozzi ... Lucy Glitsky
Jada Bartolozzi Jada Bartolozzi ... Gypsy Girl
Polly Garcia Polly Garcia ... Airline Employee
Bill Neenan ... Aboyance Ratar (as William Neenan)
Diane Shepherd Diane Shepherd ... Isabella Ratar


When five sisters return to their home in Sicily to divide up the family art and antiques, all hell breaks loose.

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If home is where the heart is, we're screwed!


Comedy | Drama | Family


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A Film For All
17 September 2016 | by soccirSee all my reviews

This is a fun film that contains all the ingredients necessary for sustained enjoyment. As the moviegoer I felt each of the characters was relatable in more than one aspect. While they shared a certain commonality in behaviors and attitude, each also maintained an individual uniqueness and charm that,in differing capacities,endeared each to the viewer. It is a fine portrayal of how individual perspective of human weakness results in a vast array of conclusions. Moreover the film recognized, if not celebrated, the power of tradition, loyalty and family and how these bonds, or lack thereof, command attention and drive expressive emotion in each and every one of us. Plus, who doesn't enjoy observing others who are convincingly crazier than any of us dare declare ourselves to be. Much of the photography was excellent and the scene transitions were timely, creating a level balance of dialogue and visual stimulation. The elements of mass appeal contained within the story provide a vehicle for entertainment of young and old alike. Each of the actors performed with a measured pride in the work. The overall satisfaction in the entertainment value of this film is a fine testament to the worthy effort put forth by the producers, cast and crew.

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Release Date:

19 May 2015 (Brunei) See more »

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Catania! See more »

Filming Locations:

Atlanta, Georgia, USA See more »


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$1,100,000 (estimated)
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