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Two Brothers and Two Others (2001)

Two Brothers (original title)
Two brothers, one straight one gay, move in together after the death of their mother. They attempt to reconnect while the younger attempts to explore his sexuality in the "big city".

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Norbert Orlewicz ...
Riley
Cody Campbell ...
Chad
Kevin MacDonald ...
Gavin
Karen Rae ...
Tobie
Wendy Vitter ...
the voice of Ruth Adamson (voice)
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Two brothers, one straight one gay, move in together after the death of their mother. They attempt to reconnect while the younger attempts to explore his sexuality in the "big city".

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The death of a mother. The lie of a lover. The clash of two brothers See more »

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Drama

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14 July 2001 (USA)  »

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Featured in Two Brothers: Family Album (2001) See more »

Soundtracks

Time Has Changed Me
Lyrics and Music by Michelle Monteith
Performed by Paul Moniz de Sa and Michelle Monteith
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First class film
30 December 2004 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Frankly I bought the DVD from abroad as I had heard the film was worth a look. It is a shame that it has never been released in Europe. Richard Bell has produced a real gem here. Naturally the film was produced on less than a shoe string and more of that later. However the film was rich on creativity, talent and enthusiasm.

Good points:

A very good script that got even better when I saw the film the second time. The acting was generally good with some strong performances from all the main characters (some scenes were better acted than others) Good directing, editing and the music worked well

Bad points

There were technical issues. The sound was not good and the lighting was a bit "iffy" (hey the film only cost £250 so no real complaint)

The film ended with a lot of loose ends which was deliberate but personally I like a neat ending (minor gripe)

Richard Bell is a credit to the Canadian film industry


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