The reviews are in! SADIE is "quietly absorbing and methodically disquieting" and "crackles with a sense of discovery."
“…as a character study of a young, simmering, resentful girl cheated by circumstance and life at a crucial age, the drama’s combative, aggrieved center is earned, authentic and genuinely tragic." - Ally Johnson, The Playlist
"Set in the close-knit, secret-filled world of a trailer park, the film is an emotionally violent coming-of-age story crafted with vivid detail." - John Fink, The Film Stage
"By once again venturing into a place that few too other filmmakers are willing to look, Griffiths delivers a drama that crackles with a sense of discovery, not only for the characters onscreen, but for audiences who so rarely see people who could so easily be their neighbors given the dignity of having their stories told on screen." - Stephen Saito, Moveable Fest
How 'Sadie' Went From Almost a Decade in Development to One of SXSW's Most Timely Stories - Erik Luers, No Film School
SADIE: A Coming-of-Age Drama Both Disturbing & Deeply Moving - Lee Jutton, Film Inquiry
Episode 28: Social Worker's Daughter - John Totten, Between Us: A Psychotherapy Podcast
Local Director Megan Griffiths on Her New Film, Sadie: "I Wish Youth and Violence Was a Less Relevant Theme" - Jake Uitti, The Stranger