Director of New Lifetime Movie With Sherri Shepherd and Nia Sioux Explains Why She Had to Make the Film (Exclusive)


When director Siobhan Devine saw the script for Imperfect High, she knew it was a film she wanted to make. The new Lifetime movie, which stars Sherri Shepherd and Nia Sioux, deals with some weighty issues, including mental health and drug addiction in teens, subjects that are close to Devine’s heart.  

‘Imperfect High’ addresses addiction and mental health in teens

In Imperfect High — which is a follow-up to the 2015 Lifetime movie Perfect High with Bella ThorneDance Moms alum Sioux plays Hanna, a high school junior who moves from Maryland to Chicago when her mom Deborah (Shepherd) gets a new job. Faced with the stress of transferring schools, she turns to prescription drugs to cope. 

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