Channel24 interviews SA director, Oliver Schmitz, about his new film, Shepherds and Butchers

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Sophie, Céline and Anne are sisters. They live in Paris, but they rarely meet each other. Sophie, the oldest sister, lives with Pierre, her unfaithful husband. Anne, the youngest, is a student of literature and is embroiled in a passionate relationship with Frédéric, her professor, a married man with children. Céline, the middle one who is single, cares for their invalid mother. Sébastien, a mysterious young man appears in her life. An incident that occurred in their childhood will bring them together. They will finally talk about the past. About the secret that kept them apart for all these years. What are the critics saying:

For all its literary references, the thing certainly looks like a shallow though slick French melodrama.
Kirk Honeycutt, Hollywood Reporter

A decidedly cold, protracted work marked by solid, but passionless performances and a preference for polished, fashion-magazine imagery.
Scott Foundas, Variety

A multi-layered tale that's as compelling on a surface level as it is laden with food-for-thought underneath.
Scott Weinberg,
Three sisters finally confront an awful event from their childhood.

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