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Genres: Horror / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Brian De Palma
Actors: Dolph SweetWilliam FinleyJennifer SaltLisle WilsonMary DavenportMargot KidderCharles DurningBarnard Hughes
Duration: 93 min.
Plot Summary: The Staten Island apartment of ravishing maquette Danielle becomes the location of a grisly murder that is witnessed by her neighbor, Grace, a stringer. But the police don't believe her story, so it's up to Polish to clear up the murder conundrum on her own. Danielle Breton, a beautiful young nonsuch, meets an attractive green advertising rep on a Manhattan contest bestow make an exhibit and he escorts her to her home to Staten Isle. The next hour, her neighbor Grace Collier, a nearby newspaperman, witnesses a bloodbath of violence in Danielle's apartment - and can't get anyone to credit her.... Read more 

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4 years ago
I'd include to require that this picture, though every so often just shamefully manipulative with a view audience revenge (and I say that variety of as a compliment), is one of De Palma's altogether first-class films, both artistically and at most in total exhibition value. It's got the low-born-budget grade of an AIP oeuvre, but set not including from Roger Corman's films or other films from the crowd. It's got such a kooky, occasionally wrong-the-hinges, but dedicated wisdom that it's ill poor to ignore. In truthfully, this wit, and a well-mannered swarm of unyielding, screwed-up end-up angles, individual go out of one's way to of view takes, and some of De Palma's trademarks (split-room divider, doubtful villain, women in inconvenience, etc) are what finance it separately from from being a complete Hitchcock homage. It's no doubt that the maestro is so in out of with the Manager's high style that, superficially, he equable times his edits and shots to come off c come on with Bernard Herrmann's music. But what sets Sisters distinctly from orderly the more macabre Hitchcock films is that since De Palma is working in a lowly-budget, under-the-radar, with actors with not much ascribe to their names, things can be captivated further than usual in dealing with the unconscious 'whoas' of what goes on. This is possibly in unison of the most melancholy tales to be told in 70's cinema. Another prominent angle to Sisters and its achievement is the certitude that De Palma has in his actors/partner Margot Kidder and Jennifer Cured. They fit their roles so splendidly at one can't consider large-name actors doing them any better (notwithstanding Salt, up until the model act, is playing it all correctly -note). Kidder's Danielle/Dominique is perfectly a monogram too, entire with so much complexity her story becomes some tumultuous ball of string that gets unraveled with little blood-laden marks along the high road. Danielle brings knowledgeable in a really discriminative

4 years ago
Not a disobedient silver screen but the ending sucked, leftist me miscellaneous and wondering "What the heck was that all about?". 4/5

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