This true story hits home, but is NOT for kids
I loved perfect sisters, for it's realism. It is based on a true story and I first heard about the production a few years ago because I follow Georgie Henley.
Both lead actresses pass of very solid performances.
It hit home for me as someone coming from an abusive childhood. It truly portrays the emotion that you go through, when being in that kind of situation.
This movie would have been rated R, most likely, had it been in major theatres. It is, in my opinion, quality for older and mature teenagers that can sit down with parents and talk about the effects of abuse on children and a family.
Despite what the two girls in the film (Sandra and Beth) chose to do is wrong, they are two sisters that have been through the worst and do not leave one another behind. It is a film for a family with older children, that want to learn, and can discuss things with their parents.
This title contains:
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking