Sisters & Brothers
|Sisters & Brothers|
|Directed by||Carl Bessai|
|Produced by||Carl Bessai|
|Written by||Carl Bessai|
|Edited by||Sabrina Pitre|
The film explores the relationships of four sets of siblings who have not (in one case, never) had contact for some time. It is the final film in Bessai's Family X trilogy exploring family relations, following 2008's Mothers & Daughters and 2010's Fathers & Sons.
The eleven main actors, grouped by relationship:
- Cory Monteith as Justin
- Dustin Milligan as Rory, Justin's brother
- Amanda Crew as Nikki, an actress
- Benjamin Ratner as Jerry, a schizophrenic
- Gabrielle Miller as Louise, Jerry's sister
- Jay Brazeau as Ringo, Jerry's 'lawyer'
- Camille Sullivan as Maggie, Nikki's half-sister
- Tom Scholte as Henry, the 'producer', meets Nikki
- Kacey Rohl as Sarah, no siblings until the Sita surprise
- Gabrielle Rose as Marion, Sarah and Sita's mother
- Leena Manro as Sita, Sarah's (surprise) half-sister
The main performances are improvised, resulting in the eleven main performers, along with writer/director Bessai, being credited under the heading "A Collective Creation By". Filming took place in Vancouver, British Columbia and Los Angeles.
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