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Sienna's Choice (2016)

An ambitious and successful young woman by any means, Sienna's life comes to an urgent halt when faced with a life threatening diagnosis. She must now face what appears to be the most ... See full summary »

Director:

Linda Palmer

Writers:

Azucena Martinez (script co-writer), Elisa Rial (script co-writer) | 3 more credits »
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17 wins & 10 nominations. See more awards »

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Credited cast:
Janel Tanna ... Sienna
Dave Vescio ... Collin
Dre Swain ... Dr. Mayra Anders
Carlos Carrasco ... Hugo
Julia Silverman ... Svetlana
Roslyn Gentle ... Dr. Bennett
Charles Ouda Charles Ouda ... Dr. Salvatore
Kat Kim ... Julie
Gwen Van Dam ... Older mother
Christine Lozano Christine Lozano ... Nurse
Laura-Elise Barrett ... Elise / Waitress
Kruiz Mauga ... Donostia
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Megan Therese Rippey ... Daughter
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An ambitious and successful young woman by any means, Sienna's life comes to an urgent halt when faced with a life threatening diagnosis. She must now face what appears to be the most difficult decision of her life, while finding small triumph amidst tragedy. Written by Janel Smietana

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

August 2016 (USA) See more »

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Sienna's Choice
9 December 2016 | by rpodell734See all my reviews

I saw "Sienna's Choice" at the Velvet Rope Film Festival in early October. I thought Janel Tanna's performance as a cancer patient was the best I had ever seen out of a female actor at a film festival. And I typically attend three or more film festivals a year. Her performance was raw and messy. She went deep to tap into her emotions. She even learned ballet and how to walk like a wobbly cancer patient, which showed her character's physical demise. An added bonus is that I was already Facebook friends with the director, Linda Palmer Caldone, whom I got to meet at the festival, and Dre Swain, another actress, who played a doctor in the film. It was a very emotional movie for me, as the hospital scenes hit close to home as I watched my own mother be ravaged by breast cancer and the resulting chemotherapy.


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