Sisters & Brothers (2011)

Director: Carl Bessai Year: 2011 Run Time: 90min
Sisters & Brothers (2011)

The final film in Carl Bessai’s Family X trilogy — following 2008’s Mothers & Daughters and 2010’s Fathers & Sons — tells thoughtful emotional truths touching on themes of jealousy, despair, affection and forgiveness. But this is a comedy, and it mines real relationships for honest laughs as four sets of siblings reunite, none of whom have been close in some time.

With a stellar cast (all of which collaborated on the film's script) including the late Cory Monteith, Gabrielle Miller and Amanda Crew, this lovably dysfunctional story presents a funny, off-kilter vision of familial connections and their intricacies.


Director(s):

Carl Bessai

Writer(s):

Carl Bessai

Producer(s):

Emily Alden, Carl Bessai, James Brown

Cast:

Cory Monteith, Gabrielle Miller, Amanda Crew, Tom Scholte, Dustin Milligan

Genre(s):

Drama

Language(s):

English

Region:

Sisters & Brothers is filmed and set in British Columbia. Carl Bessai is from British Columbia.

Ratings by Province:

14A Alberta
14A British Columbia
NR Manitoba
NR New Brunswick
NR Newfoundland and Labrador
NR Nova Scotia
14A Northwest Territories
14A Nunavut
14A Ontario
NR Prince Edward Island
NR Québec
14A Saskatchewan
14A Yukon