During the late '70s and early '80s, John Sayles gained fame penning horror films like Piranha, Alligator and The Howling. He gradually transitioned to nonhorror fare with award-nominated films like Lone Star and Passion Fish and he hasn't slowed down a bit.
Sayles' latest film Go for Sisters stars Edward James Olmos as a disgraced ex-LAPD detective who dives into the underbelly of Tijuana to search for a missing boy. In the process, he encounters a "complex web of human traffickers, smugglers and corrupt cops."
The film is getting a gradual theatrical release beginning November 8 in New York and then Los Angeles on November 15. The film will then expand to other markets throughout November and December.
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