Exclusive: Edward James Olmos Goes Searching in 'Go for Sisters' Poster

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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