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"Sisterhood" is an irreverent, fun and quirky comedy about two sisters from very different worlds. Catherine is a sophisticated British middle-class woman living in London, enjoying fancy parties and an affair with a married man. This is all set to change when an uncouth Kiwi, Shirley, turns up claiming to be her sister! Both women must put their differences aside and navigate their way through the spider web of secrets surrounding the identity of their father. Along their journey they discover many things, but most importantly they discover their 'Sisterhood'. … More
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It may trade with startling unoriginality in the comedy of embarrassment and plays on national stereotypes, but at least it doesn't take itself seriously - although, you suspect, it probably couldn't if it tried.
Equal part a tale of two vacuum cleaners and love child lunacy as in discovering a Sis from another Miss, this is gleefully cutting gender wars satire, taking outrageous pot shots at assorted male skullduggery and some preposterous female tendencies too.
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