138 reams of white paper. 27 different brands of vodka. 5 Russian stacking dolls. 4 sisters. 1 manipulative mother. Sister Cities is a witty commentary on the dignity of choice, and the power of relationships. Mary, the family matriarch, has named each of her four daughters after cities - well, almost.
Separated by years, different fathers, and miles between them, the sisters are brought together when their mother's profound decision dominos into a startling reunion. The clever dialogue and taut emotional scenes underscore the presentation of the major questions about family, dignity, and choice.
Written by Colette Freedman; Directed by Cat Parker