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Lone Star Film Festival and The Grand Berry Theater will present What Children Do as part of their Monday Screening Series.

Two sisters with totally different personalities are brought together after their grandmother’s health declines significantly. Amy and Shannon haven’t spoke to each other in three years since Amy moved to LA to pursue an acting career.

Hopeless and broke, Amy returns to her hometown in upstate New York to take care of her ill Nana. Shannon the younger sister, lives a sedimentary and pacific life as a librarian while living with her karate-enthusiast boyfriend. Upon reuniting, both sisters give each other a hard time unchaining hilarious confrontations and revealing huge mindset differences between the two.

Lone Star Film Festival and The Grand Berry Theater will present What Children Do as part of their Monday Screening Series.

Two sisters with totally different personalities are brought together after their grandmother’s health declines significantly. Amy and Shannon haven’t spoke to each other in three years since Amy moved to LA to pursue an acting career.

Hopeless and broke, Amy returns to her hometown in upstate New York to take care of her ill Nana. Shannon the younger sister, lives a sedimentary and pacific life as a librarian while living with her karate-enthusiast boyfriend. Upon reuniting, both sisters give each other a hard time unchaining hilarious confrontations and revealing huge mindset differences between the two.

Lone Star Film Festival and The Grand Berry Theater will present What Children Do as part of their Monday Screening Series.

Two sisters with totally different personalities are brought together after their grandmother’s health declines significantly. Amy and Shannon haven’t spoke to each other in three years since Amy moved to LA to pursue an acting career.

Hopeless and broke, Amy returns to her hometown in upstate New York to take care of her ill Nana. Shannon the younger sister, lives a sedimentary and pacific life as a librarian while living with her karate-enthusiast boyfriend. Upon reuniting, both sisters give each other a hard time unchaining hilarious confrontations and revealing huge mindset differences between the two.

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WHERE

Grand Berry Theater
2712 Weisenberger St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
http://www.grandberrytheater.com/movies

TICKET INFO

$8-$10
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