Many teen girls go through the rebellious phase of high school.
With the high school cliques, bullying, rumormongering, these girls establish their own culture and oftentimes rebel against the authorities or society.
In The Sinners, seven high school girls formed their own high school clique in a strictly religious school. In this group, each girl represented a sin due to their personality that establishes their character.
The cast includes Kaitlyn Bernard, Brenna Llewellyn, Brenna Coates, Keilani Elizabeth Rose, Jasmine Randhawa, Carly Fawcett, Natalie Malaika, Aleks Paunovic, and Lochlyn Munro. Courtney Paige directed the film written by Paige, Erin Hazelhurst, and Madison Smith.
Here’s the official synopsis:
Seven schoolgirls, part of a clique dubbed The Sins, become the lethal target of an unknown killer after a harmless prank goes horribly wrong.
LRM Online’s Gig Patta chatted with director Courtney Paige, in which she discussed the origination of the story, rebellious girls, a mystery, and the representation of the sins.
For Courtney Paige, The Sinners marked her directorial debut for a full-length feature film. Previously, she directed the short film Butterscotch about a high-end escort meeting a young woman with brain damage that changes her life. Paige was a performer at an early age when she joined the Kelowna Community Theatre Company at the age of eleven. Her breakout performance came with Annika on E! Entertainment’s The Arrangement and guest-starred in CW’s Lost Boys pilot. Also, she appeared in horror movies such as The Jamboree and Incision.
The Sinners is available On Demand this Friday, February 19.
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Source: LRM Online Exclusive, Brainstorm Media