The Sisters Brothers Feature Trailer (2018)
Feature Trailer for The Sisters Brothers, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Joaquin Phoenix, Rutger Hauer, John C. Reilly and Carol Kane.
It is 1851, and Charlie and Eli Sisters (Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly) are both brothers and assassins, boys grown to men in a savage and hostile world. They have blood on their hands: that of criminals, that of innocents...and they know no state of existence other than being gunmen. The older of the two, introspective Eli (Reilly) rides hard with his younger sibling yet dares to dream of a normal life. The younger of the two, hard-drinking Charlie (Phoenix) has taken charge with gusto as lead man on the duo's assignments. Each increasingly questions, and quibbles with, the other's methods.
The Sisters brothers find themselves on a journey through the Northwest, bringing them to the mountains of Oregon, a dangerous brothel in the small town of Mayfield, and eventually, the Gold Rush land of California - a journey that will test the deadly family ties that bind. But, can it also be the path to rediscovering what remains of their humanity?
This Western is director Jacques Audiard's first English-speaking film.
If you ever played "six degrees of separation," The Sisters Brothers would be a good film to use. How so? Well, Jake Gyllenhaal and Riz Ahmed have shared the screen once before. The duo co-starred in the thriller Nightcrawler in 2014.
Since the film already screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, reviews are already available online. How'd it do? While we don't want to give a round-up -- just search for some reviews -- The Wrap gives the film high praises.
Gosh dang this looks good! So happy to see another worthy Western installment. The latest, what we are calling a "final", trailer makes sure to not only show some of the film's dialogue, but carefully mixes in critical acclaim and action sequences. Everything looks on point, from the outfits, the cinematography, to the cast.
2 min 1 sec
September 21, 2018
October 6, 2018
John C. Reilly
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