Talented actress, singer and dancer, Nia Sioux will make her Lifetime movie debut this September with the upcoming release, Imperfect High. The movie also stars comedian and actress Sherri Shepherd. The Imperfect High Lifetime movie is the follow-up to the 2015 film, Perfect High, which starred Bella Thorne.
Nia Sioux rose to fame on the Lifetime series, ‘Dance Moms‘, starring in over 200 episodes of the series. The 20 year old Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native has set her sights on acting in recent years and has several films in various stages of production. In Imperfect High she stars as Hanna Brooks, a new girl in town, who suffers from anxiety and struggles to adapt in a new town. The film looks at the realities of substance abuse and what peer pressure and fitting in looks like in present day.
Imperfect High movie synopsis
Imperfect High is the story of Hanna Brooks (Sioux), the new girl in town who is looking to find her place and fit in at Lakewood High School, which was rocked a couple of years earlier by the shocking drug overdose of a popular student. Hanna suffers from an anxiety disorder and the move to a new school is especially stressful for her. While trying to fit in with the “it” crowd, she finds herself pulled between two boys – a bad boy with a heart of gold, and an alluring, popular rich kid who is not as straight of an arrow as he seems. Her relationship with them sweeps her into a dangerous situation that her mother Deborah (Shepherd) must fight to save her from.
Imperfect High premieres Saturday, September 18th at 8/7c.
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