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La Traviata, My Brothers and I – Film Review | Cannes

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My Brothers and I beautifully explores the intricacies of what it means to be a family, growing up too soon, and learning to find yourself despite what others have planned for you. Director and screenplay writer Yohan Manca crafts a rich tale of the young Nour (Maël Rouin Berrandou), youngest of four brothers, and his exploration into what it means to be a man while living in the shadows of his brothers. From the setting, Southern France, to the performances, Manca manages to portray the lives these men are living with a gritty realism that you just can’t help root for them.

At the heart of this story is undoubtedly the four brothers. Nour, tasked with taking care of their comatose mother at the age of fourteen, is at the point in his life where he feels he must be able to support his family instead of being…

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