EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK: Lil Mama, Columbus Short, Ciera Angelia, Cocoa Brown and More Star in Sisters [TEASER TRAILER]

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Check out the teaser trailer and first look images for Jahmar Hill’s upcoming crime drama Sisters. The film, which stars Lil Mama, Columbus Short, Cocoa Brown, Tobias Truvillion and more will premiere on BETPlus and on BET, this summer.

Sisters also stars K.D. Aubert, Ciera Angelia, Alisa Reyes, De’Aundre Bonds, Jensen Atwood and Christine Lakin.

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Written, directed, and executive produced by Jahmar Hill, the film tells the story of sisters Diamond (Angelia) and her sisters, Tia and Tara (Lil Mama, Aubert). Raised by their grandmother, their lives are greatly impacted by her influence. When the family learns she has cancer and needs surgery urgently, the sisters need to find a way to come up with enough money quickly. Willing to do anything to save their beloved grandmother’s life, the sisters turn to doing things they don’t want to, but must do.

Check out the trailer below:

Sisters is the fourth film from director Jahmar Hill, who recently inked an executive deal with Viacom, to produce & direct a narrative project for BET & BET Plus.

The other films of his include Run, Last Love Lost and Fourth Quarter.

After checking out the above trailer, keep scrolling for some first look images of the film below.







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