The relationship shared by sisters has been addressed in numerous American films besides the iconic “Little Women.” Here are five highly regarded ones. “Hannah and Her Sisters” (1986): Woody Allen can't find marital bliss until he divorces Mia Farrow ...
The relationship shared by sisters has been addressed in numerous American films besides the iconic â€œLittle Women.â€ Here are five highly regarded ones.
â€œHannah and Her Sistersâ€ (1986): Woody Allen canâ€™t find marital bliss until he divorces Mia Farrow and marries her sister (Dianne Wiest, an Oscar winner for her performance). Barbara Hershey plays the third sibling.
â€œBlue Jasmineâ€ (2013): A fragile Cate Blanchett moves to San Francisco and imposes on her street-tough sister (Sally Hawkins) after her high-society New York life implodes.
â€œMeet Me in St. Louisâ€ (1944): Judy Garland makes an ideal big sis who helps her much younger sister (Margaret Oâ€™Brien) deal with the familyâ€™s impending move from St. Louis during the year of that cityâ€™s World Fair.
â€œMy Sister Eileenâ€ (1942): The adventures of Ohio sisters (Rosalind Russell and Janet Blair) who move to Greenwich Village. Remade as a musical in 1955.
â€œSistersâ€ (1973): Director Brian De Palmaâ€™s bizarre film about too-close-for-comfort twins â€” one of them a homicidal maniac.
â€” Ruthe Stein
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