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Sisters share a commond bond in cinema

July 08,2016 09:14

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 “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 and marries her sister (Dianne Wiest, an Oscar winner for her performance). Barbara Hershey plays the third sibling.

“Blue Jasmine” (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.

“Meet Me in St. Louis” (1944): Judy Garland makes an ideal big sis who helps her much younger sister (Margaret O’Brien) deal with the family’s impending move from St. Louis during the year of that city’s World Fair.

“My Sister Eileen” (1942): The adventures of Ohio sisters (Rosalind Russell and Janet Blair) who move to Greenwich Village. Remade as a musical in 1955.

“Sisters” (1973): Director Brian De Palma’s bizarre film about too-close-for-comfort twins — one of them a homicidal maniac.

— Ruthe Stein

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