The Sisters Brothers

"A knockout, one-of-a-kind western from French director Jacques Audiard in which odd-bird frontier hitmen are played by Joaquin Phoenix and a hot-damn he's great John C. Reilly. Saddle up." - Rolling Stone

Based on Patrick deWitt's acclaimed novel of the same name, The Sisters Brothers is a darkly funny new western from Jacques Audiard, the director of A Prophet (one of the best movies of the 2000s and a Princess premiere, 2009) and Rust and Bone (Princess premiere, 2012).

Eli (John C. Reilly) and Charlie (Joaquin Phoenix) Sisters are assassins and they're damn good at it too. Eli'd like to settle down and open a nice little shop somewhere. Charlie'll never get tired of being terrifying. There's friction between them.

But there's a lot of love too, and their newest contract that could set them up for life. Their target, a chemist named Warm (Riz Ahmed), may have found a way to revolutionize prospecting forever. Caught in between? John Morris (Jake Gyllenhaal), a prospector who works for the Sisters and has befriended Warm.

However the Sisters' last job plays out, two things are certain. It won't be as simple as they'd like. And there's going to be violence (accompanied by a gorgeous, Oscar-worthy score by Alexandre Desplat). 

"You don't need a deep love of westerns to get a kick out of Jacques Audiard's wry, surprising, and often plain hilarious frontier story." - TimeOut


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