Directed by Rona Mark
Opening Night Selection! Three Rivers International Film Festival
Official Selection! Edinburgh International Film Festival!
Winner! Best Of Fest Edinburgh International Filmfestival “Under The Radar” Selection
Winner! Most Twisted Award! Seattle True Independent Film Festival
Winner! Best Actress! Hoboken International Film Festival
“One of the year’s finest indie horror flicks!” —Fangoria.com
“A very good film. Even a great one.” —Bad Lit; Journal of Underground Film
“Rona Mark is a consummate filmmaker. “Strange Girls” is a terrific achievement; staggeringly weird and oddly delightful. Georgia and Virginia are sirens, tragic victims and radical anti-heroines all at the same time!” —Edinburgh International Film Festival
Some girls are sugar and spice and everything nice… Some girls are not.
Dr. Jessica Karp is making a fresh start as the head of the Mayfield Institute of Psychiatric Medicine. She takes over the case of Georgia and Virginia Gruczechy; twin sisters who haven’t spoken to anyone but each other since they were locked up at the age of fourteen. Set for release, Dr. Karp decides to keep them interned for a little while longer – so they kill her. Hence ensues the twin sisters’ wacking anyone who gets in their way. Living in the outside world, the sisters have created their own insular and perverse world in a rundown apartment. Their days are spent in pursuit of their peculiar obsessions; porn, prison pen-paling, and joyriding their 90 year old neighbors car. One day a handsome neighbor accidentally knocks Virginia down igniting a romantic relationship. When Georgia realizes her world is about to come undone, she resorts to all measures to hold on to her sister.