Perfect Sisters, a crime thriller starring Abigal Breslin, hit select theaters in New York, Los Angeles and Toronto on April 11, The Hollywood Reporter said.
The movie marks the directorial debut of Stan Brooks. As founder of his own production company, Stan & Deliver Films, the Emmy-winning producer and now director based the crime-thriller on Toronto’s infamous “Bathtub Girls” case.
Breslin, an Academy Award nominee for her role in Little Miss Sunshine, and The Chronicles of Narnia's Georgie Henley play two teenage sisters who plot their addict mother’s (Mira Sorvino) death. They attempt to get away with the murder until rumors that they killed their mother surface at school.
“We are excited to be working with Gravitas Ventures on the release of Perfect Sisters,” Brooks said. “On behalf of our incredibly talented cast and crew, we look forward to sharing our film with audiences in theaters and on demand this spring.”
Produced by Juliette Hagopian of Julijette Inc. and Damien Ganczewski, and executive produced by Michael Rotenberg, Cathy Rollo and Tony Rollo, North American distribution for the film will be handled by Gravitas Ventures.