Sara Crow and Andreas Nicholas
Legally 12 (but looks younger), Black female. The youngest sister, OLIVIA is stubborn, confrontational, but private due to her anxiety and fear of how she’ll be perceived. As she comes into young girlhood, OLIVIA struggles to reach out to the women in her life to seek comfort through this change.
16 to 17 years old, Black female. The elder sister, ANDREA is maybe too responsible for her own good. While she’s trying to navigate her transition into adulthood, she is also struggling with the responsibility of guiding her sister’s transition into adolescence.
40s-50s, Black female. A working-class mother and wife with old-school parental values. She relies heavily on her eldest daughter but is still a victim of stress as a result of her identities.
In late autumn of 2005, a ten-year-old girl experiences an unexpected milestone amidst her older sister's journey into womanhood.
Dates of Production
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Nov. 2nd, 2021
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