The Legend of Sissy Mary
Sisters Sissy and Yewina have been on their own for who knows how long exactly. It's just them (and their hens) in a weathered farmhouse miles from town. Their rural, woodsy East Coast community has been losing residents for years, but the almost-forgotten stories have lived on for the sisters in different ways. While Yewina is more guarded and level-headed, dreamer Sissy has a flair for twisting fact with fantasy. When Scott, a folklorist from Scottsdale, Arizona, shows up at their door in hopes of chronicling whispers, he's in for much more of a story than he expected. This unique and quirky ode to folklore storytelling and to small lives lived large illuminates how living our own truths can make us legends.
“Magical, laugh-out-loud . . . a marvel of storytelling.”- NS Reviews
“Mary-Colin Chisholm’s loving and honest script is sure to delight rural Nova Scotians and city slickers alike.”- Lara Lewis, The Coast