Your Sister's Sister (2011)
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Great film with an unfortunately cliche and long winded third act.
Short and concise. Good and interesting dialogue, good end. Nice environment on the island at the cottage.
In Lynn Shelton's Your Sister's Sister, Mark Duplass' best friend Emily Blunt sends him to a cabin in the woods to clear his head a year after the death of his brother (and her boyfriend), which he's really having a hard time getting over. When he arrives, her sister (Rosemarie DeWitt) is already there recovering from a break-up with her girlfriend. Then Blunt arrives, and he's far from being alone on this trip. Not giving anything away, but what unfolds is a sometimes touching tragi-comic tale with an improvisational style, about healing from emotional wounds not through solitude, but through community and family. As you might expect from a Duplass-driven film, there's plenty of happy-sad awkwardness, but each of the characters is interesting and has chemistry with the others. It leaves you with a smile and a tear.
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