Ursula Meier’s new film, “Sister,” initially projects an air of Ken Loach-style social realism, with nods to the Dardenne brothers, in its story of a complex relationship between a 12-year-boy and his sullen, troubled older sister. But as the film progresses, Meier says she wanted to highlight the parable-like qualities of the story.
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