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Village East:  Q&A on Fri. 9/27 following the 7:20pm show with Samantha Buck (Director), Marie Schlingmann (Director), Katherine Harper (Producer), Andrea Suarez Paz (Actor), and Blake DeLong (Actor), and moderated by David Ehrlich, (Senior Film Critic, IndieWire).


In 1926, America's most famous evangelist is a woman -- and she's looking for a way out. Fed up with her own success, she gets swept up in her lover's daydreams about Mexico and finds herself on a wild road trip towards the border. Based on true events. Mostly made up. Writer/directors Marie Schlingmann and Samantha Buck construct a playful, carnivalesque world saturated with campfire folktales and irreverent characters. The core of the film’s power lies in Anna Margaret Hollyman’s performance as cunning show-woman Aimee and in her undeniable chemistry with Andrea Suarez Paz (the valiant Rey). Part 1920s radioplay, part western, part musical, and an all-around screwball comedy, Sister Aimee embraces one woman’s legend to validate the power of spectacle and the magic of a good storyteller.

Directed By

Samantha Buck, Marie Schlingmann

Written By

Samantha Buck, Marie Schlingmann


Anna Margaret Hollyman, Michael Mosley, Andrea Suarez Paz, Julie White, Macon Blair, Amy Hargreaves


English and Spanish with English subtitles

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