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A masterful debut from one of England's boldest and brightest new talents, Sally El Hosaini's MY BROTHER THE DEVIL stars James Floyd as Rashid, a young man from a traditional Arab family who runs with a gang that rules the streets of Hackney, one of London's most ethnically-mixed and historically volatile neighborhoods. Rashid's younger brother, Mo, (Fadi Elsayed) idolizes his handsome, charismatic older brother and dreams of following in his footsteps, but Rashid envisions a different life for Mo and insists that he stay away from gang life and stick to his studies. When Rashid forms a bond with Sayyid (Said Taghmaoui), an older man of similar background who is now a successful photographer, he is introduced to a world he never knew existed. But, just as he decides he wants out of his dead-end life on the streets, Mo decides he wants in, and starts doing drug runs behind Rashid's back. Headed on a collision course of conflicting desires, each young man is forced to face himself and confront the brother he thought he knew. (c) Paladin
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Release Date My Brother The Devil Mar 22, 2013 Limited
Genres My Brother The Devil : Drama


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James Floyd,Said Taghmaoui,Fady Elsayed,Ashley Bashy Thomas,Nasser Memarzia,Nicola Harrison

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An energetic and imaginative tale of siblings at a criminal crossroads.
John Anderson-Variety

There probably aren't too many Welsh-Egyptian writer-directors like newcomer Sally El Hosaini. But she's clearly representative of a new kind of diversity in modern Britain. And one which bodes well for its filmmaking future.
Graham Young-Birmingham Mail

As well as touching upon everything from homophobia to terrorism and the merits of bacon, it delivers a heart-touching degree of optimism that's all too rare for this genre.
Graham Young-Birmingham Post

In the busy swirl of London urban dramas which fly in and out of our cinemas this thoughtful and powerful film stands above the crowd.
Jon Lyus-HeyUGuys

The performances are uneven, but as the brothers, Floyd and Elsayed are both rather good.
Philip French-Observer [UK]

Sharply well-observed, this punchy British drama is packed with rising-star talent, including its gifted first-time writer-director, an engaging young cast and skilled cinematographer David Raedeker.

It's the twists in director and writer Sally El Hosaini's plot which set My Brother apart from the standard inner-city gang film.
Alex Zane-Sun Online

El Hosaini's skill as a director, and her way with an excellent cast, eventually triumphs.
Derek Malcolm-This is London

It becomes a winning mixture of Bullet Boy and My Beautiful Laundrette, and not nearly as dreary or dispiriting as you may fear.
Christopher Tookey-Daily Mail [UK]

It's an athletic, loose-limbed piece of movie-making, not perfect, but bursting with energy and adrenaline.
Peter Bradshaw-Guardian [UK]

Just when you thought gun crime in London's East End couldn't possibly yield another movie worth seeing, along comes My Brother the Devil to show us what we've all been missing.
Tim Robey-Daily Telegraph

The plotting may be a tad unconvincing at times but the performances are outstanding.
Henry Fitzherbert-Daily Express

Pays real dividends with controversial themes and issues dealt with simply and subtly to provide a genuinely authentic insight into a mob experience that dare not speak its name.
Tim Evans-Sky Movies

El Hosaini's voice remains crisp, cool and consistently street-smart.
Guy Lodge-Empire Magazine

A familiar story effectively re-invented, My Brother the Devil deals heartbreak, suspense and hope in equal measure.
Shaun Munro-What Culture

A highly promising debut; if our credulity gets roughed up in places, its warmth, compassion and maturity bring a ray of sunshine to Brit-film's bleakest genre.
Simon Kinnear-Total Film

El Hosaini shows sensitivity to character and has a fresh, fluid style which imbues what could've been grim reality with optimism.
Emma Simmonds-The List

Original drama portrays siblings caught between traditional values and a life of crime.

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