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When Marian is on the run, she goes to the only place she knows is safe: her childhood home. She is greeted by her estranged sister, Vivian, a stay-at-home housewife struggling to conceive and on the verge of a failing marriage. Though the two are identical twins, they live opposite lives. Marian’s mysterious return disrupts Vivian’s small-town routine, and the sisters must learn to reconnect and reconcile. When Marian's haunting past finally catches up to her, their separate worlds collide, catapulting both sisters into grave danger.
directed by: Erin Vassilopoulos
starring: Alessandra Mesa, Ani Mesa, Pico Alexander, Jake Hoffman and Stanley Simons
2021 / 99 min / 1.66:1 / English DTS HD-MA 5.1
- Region Free Blu-ray
- Commentary with Erin Vassilopoulos, Alessandra Mesa, Ani Mesa, production designer Allison Pierce and cinematographer Mia Cio Henry
- Short film: Valeria
- Future of Film is Female post screening Q&A moderated by Caryn Coleman
- 28 Page Booklet including interviews with director Erin Vassilopoulos and editor Jenn Ruf and essays by Erin Vassilopoulos and Lucy Fischer
- English SDH subtitles