Dearest Sister

Dearest Sister

Directed by Mattie Do

A young woman named Nok is sent to care for Ana, a blind relative who’s been having scary supernatural visitations. Nok tries her best to keep the ghosts from harming her “dearest sister”, until she realizes the spirits tell Ana winning lottery numbers that Nok can use to rise above her station. As Nok and Ana’s relationship changes, director Mattie Do quietly shifts the horror from ghouls to greed, capitalism and the class divide. Laos’ only horror director and female filmmaker vaults into the ranks of the world’s best new horror makers with her powerful second feature. A SHUDDER EXCLUSIVE Contains strong language, violence and gore.

A Laotian woman is sent to care for a blind cousin who's been having scary supernatural visitations.

Cast: Amphaiphun Phommapunya, Vilouna Phetmany, Tambet Tuisk

Member Reviews

It wasn't really that bad at all. Its a long movie and shows more of its drama/thriller side than horror if you ask me, but if you like a good ride, its worth it.

TheBuff
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3 weeks ago

Good acting, interesting story, more sad than scary.

reba
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1 month ago

good

Rage2k
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2 months ago

Foreign movies are getting so much better than the US dumb slashers. Awesome movie! I was really rooting for Nok. She was treated like crap even from home. What would you do?

donroy2
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2 months ago

It's a drama powered by a supernatural element, but Dearest Sister is still a well-executed tale of greed and betrayal.

SaveVatznick
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2 months ago