Princess Cyd (2017) Watch Online Free
Genres: Drama, Romance
Director: Stephen Cone
Writer: Stephen Cone
Stars: Rebecca Spence, Jessie Pinnick, Malic White
Shattered is a story based on true events about family betrayal, love lost, and a dark destructive secret that swirls around a high powered political family in the Deep South. Kate Stenson dreams of an enviable life as the quintessential Southern Belle. She marries Ken Burnett, the son of the town’s powerful Mayor – a controlling father who will do anything to protect his position. Kate has two children with Ken – a biological daughter, and an adopted son, named Logan. But Kate’s seemingly perfect lifestyle begins to fray at the edges as she discovers that Logan suffers from severe mental health issues. Kate’s journey to uncover the true story of Logan’s past reveals a dark secret that can destroy the entire Burnett legacy. As Kate investigates – with the aid of a new friend – to unmask the history behind Logan’s illness, these unimaginable family secrets surface, putting her in unforeseen danger.
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Princess Cyd (2017) was written and directed by Stephen Cone. Reviewers have described it as a coming-of-age movie, and that’s what it is. However, that’s only partly what it is.
Jessie Pinnick plays Cyd Loughlin, a young woman who is visiting her Aunt Miranda in Chicago for the summer. Cyd hasn’t clarified her sexual identity, but, as far as we can tell, she’s bisexual. As you’d expect, experiences during the summer help shape who Cyd is, and who she wants to be. OK–fair enough, but nothing truly unusual.
Rebecca Spence plays Cyd’s Aunt Miranda. Spence gives a riveting performance as an adult who has come of age. She knows who she is, she knows what she is, and she knows where she wants to be. It would have been easy for director Cone to make Miranda a fussy aunt, or a drunken aunt, or a sexually promiscuous aunt. She’s none of those. She likes her life, she loves Cyd, and she is a whole person in herself, not just in relationship to her niece. It’s wonderful to see the skill with which Spence portrays this role.
Princess Cyd was shown at Rochester’s excellent Little Theatre, as the opening night selection of ImageOut, the great Rochester LGBT Film Festival. My prediction is that it will win the audience award as best narrative film. It was certainly my best narrative film. It will work well on the small screen. It’s definitely worth seeking out and watching.