Sisters

Samia is the youngest of four sisters, after their mother’s sudden death a few years ago, she moved away from her family for a fresh start. Her sisters, Joan, Grace and Aaliyah cut ties with her, for living them behind. Until one morning, when she unexpectedly gets a call from a Aaliyah, asked her to come home. Samia, makes her way back home in a hurry, and is told by her sisters that their father had been dead over a month. Samia fights with her sisters for keeping this from her. Joan informs Samia, with a sinister tone, that their father died from a fall down the stairs. Samia catches on the tone and questions her sister whether their father had been murdered. Grace tells Samia, that their father deserved to be murdered in a gruesome manner as he not only killed their mother, but also sexually abused the three of them as children. Samia has a hard time believing this, as she believes her father to be a kind man, a hero to their family. To convince Samia to sign some documents allowing them to sell their family home, Joan tells her that their dad fathered her daughter Zora, who would have been his granddaughter, and had in turn abused Zora, causing the eight-year-old girl to commit suicide. Samia sobs bitterly and asks her sister for forgiveness, for being unaware of the abuse their endured and for being the only one spared from such cruelties. Once Samia signs the papers, Joan and Grace both rush out the house. Aaliyah directs Samia to the basement where their father was tied on a chair, alive. Samia asks why they lied about him being dead, Aaliyah tells her that they let him live because he’s already dying, and tells her too, they Joan’s daughter is alive. Samia wonders what else they are lying about and whether or not to believe everything they told her about their father.
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Sisters

Samia is the youngest of four sisters, after their mother’s sudden death a few years ago, she moved away from her family for a fresh start. Her sisters, Joan, Grace and Aaliyah cut ties with her, for living them behind. Until one morning, when she unexpectedly gets a call from a Aaliyah, asked her to come home. Samia, makes her way back home in a hurry, and is told by her sisters that their father had been dead over a month. Samia fights with her sisters for keeping this from her. Joan informs Samia, with a sinister tone, that their father died from a fall down the stairs. Samia catches on the tone and questions her sister whether their father had been murdered. Grace tells Samia, that their father deserved to be murdered in a gruesome manner as he not only killed their mother, but also sexually abused the three of them as children. Samia has a hard time believing this, as she believes her father to be a kind man, a hero to their family. To convince Samia to sign some documents allowing them to sell their family home, Joan tells her that their dad fathered her daughter Zora, who would have been his granddaughter, and had in turn abused Zora, causing the eight-year-old girl to commit suicide. Samia sobs bitterly and asks her sister for forgiveness, for being unaware of the abuse their endured and for being the only one spared from such cruelties. Once Samia signs the papers, Joan and Grace both rush out the house. Aaliyah directs Samia to the basement where their father was tied on a chair, alive. Samia asks why they lied about him being dead, Aaliyah tells her that they let him live because he’s already dying, and tells her too, they Joan’s daughter is alive. Samia wonders what else they are lying about and whether or not to believe everything they told her about their father.
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