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110 Ratings

Two Brothers

Deux frères

Directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud
France, United Kingdom, 2004


Set in 1920s French Indochina, two tigers are separated as cubs after the ancient temple where they live is disturbed by Aidan McRory who intends to steal and sell the ancient statues.

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Two Brothers Directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud

Awards & Festivals

César Awards

2005 | Winner: Best Editing

2005 | Nominee: Best Cinematography

What are people saying?

  • Mr.Rager's rating of the film Two Brothers

    Jean-Jaques Annaud tried this different cinema approach in different stages of his long career. Two Brothers is very interesting when it comes how it was filmed and the nature of this project. It tells it's hard to work with animals so i must appreciate the effort when it comes to this but the overall story isn't that good, a total downgrade. 6.25/10. A quite different filmmaking that i had to experience it.

  • Dan Kenneth Gigernes's rating of the film Two Brothers

    Jean Jacques Annuad try to recreate some of the magic that he did on "The Bear", but with two tigers instead. Sadly, the major problem is that the story has too much human beings in it and terrible CGI in scenes where humans and animals had to be protected from each other. I found this to be a much more artificial movie with very few genuine believable moments.

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