A smart, tense movie with two great performances at its center.
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A young British woman named Sinaloa comes to Texas to find Merle, her half-sister by way of their dead country musician father. It doesn’t take long for Sinaloa to charm her way into Merle’s life. Her singing awakens something in Merle and erases any lingering doubts about their shared bloodline. But an all-too-familiar chaos comes with it, which soon starts to unravel Merle’s stable world—her job, her upcoming marriage, and an already tense relationship with her mother, Patricia. And while the family music legacy brought this stranger to town, darker motives are woven into the songs she sings, showing glimpses of a violent rage that’s been building for years.

Played at

Ahrya Fine Arts, 10.06.17 - 10.12.17
Rated NR
Runtime: 100 min
Language: English

Director: Jason Cortlund, Julia Halperin
Cast: Allison Tolman, JoBeth Williams, Larry Jack Dotson, Luis Bordonada, Sophie Reid
FEATURED REVIEW: David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter
There were juicier performances to savor, but Allison Tolman was the quiet revelation in season one of FX's 'Fargo,' her grounded realness and humanity providing an anchor for all the destabilizing weirdness and startling violence in her character's orbit — just as Frances McDo...