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Film Review - Beloved Sisters


Labeled in marketing materials as bio-pic of German poet Friedrich Schiller, “Beloved Sisters” is actually more of a sampling of his history, lacking a birth-to-death arc common to the subgenre. Instead of tracking the origin story of an aspiring intellectual, the feature concentrates on his unusual relationship with two sisters who’ve fallen for him. The uneasy love triangle is perhaps the most enticing development in “Beloved Sisters,” which is best executed with churning emotions and period-specific cruelties, offering director Dominik Graf something to work his fingers through instead of passively recounting Schiller’s admittedly flavorful existence. Read the rest at


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