Thursday, March 12, 2020

Two Hustlers Struggle in a Seedy Underworld within Crime Thriller Stray Dolls

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Stray Dolls is Sonejuhi Sinha's debut feature. A crime thriller, Stray Dolls expands on Sinha's "Love Comes Later," which was a short feature from 2015. Within this latest film, two women find solace in each other as they struggle to survive in a seedy drug underworld. Co-written by Charlotte Rabate, Stray Dolls stars: Geetanjali Thapa (Trapped), Olivia DeJonge (Better Watch Out) and Cynthia Nixon ("Sex and the City"). The film's official U.S. poster and trailer are available here, ahead of the film's April 10th release date.

Stray Dolls has already had several film festival appearances and won a couple of awards. Recent appearances include: the Seattle International Film Festival and the Tribeca Film Festival. At Tribeca, this film won "Best Actress" (Geetanjali Thapa) in a U.S. narrative. A compelling story of struggle, Stray Dolls will debut through Samuel Goldwyn Films in just a few weeks.

This title will show in theatres and on Digital this April 10th. A full list of theatres, hosting the film, will be available shortly. Samuel Goldwyn Films will also bring Stray Dolls to most, major Digital platforms - including Amazon. The latest release details on Stray Dolls are posted here, with the film's trailer hosted below.













Release Date: April 10th, 2020 (Digital, Limited Theatrical).

Director: Sonejuhi Sinha.

Writers: Sonejuhi Sinha and Charlotte Rabate.

Cast: Geentanjali Thapa, Olivia DeJonge, Robert Aramayo and Cynthia Nixon.

The official trailer for Stray Dolls (via Samuel Goldwyn Films):




More details on Stray Dolls at the Samuel Goldwyn Films’ website: Stray Dolls at Samuel Goldwyn Films

Entangled (2019) is another recent release and thriller from Samuel Goldwyn Films:




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