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Film review: My Brother the Devil

Sally El Hosaini’s ‘My Brother the Devil’ (2012) surrounds gang culture in Hackney, East London. The film follows two brothers Rashid (James Floyd) and his younger brother Mo (Fady Elsayed) through their involvement in gang DMG (drugs, money, guns). 139 more words

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52 Weeks of Directors: Sally El Hosaini

“I thought I’d messed up my life because I hadn’t studied film.” Despite not having formal schooling in film, Sally El Hosaini found another route to directing. 1,143 more words


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Adam Deacon is on a roll! This time he joins the likes of other UK acting talent Ashley Walters, Lars Mikkelsen and McKell David in this British thriller. 109 more words

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My Brother The Devil

My Brother The Devil can be described as an formulaic gritty, realistic crime drama seen in a multitude of films like Boyz In Da Hood, Kidulthood and La Haine to name a few. 291 more words


My Brother the Devil

My Brother the Devil (2012)
★★★ / ★★★★

Egyptian brothers living in East London face a turning point: Rashid (James Floyd) questions whether he wants to remain being a gang member after a close friend is murdered during a tussle and Mo (Fady Elsayed), the younger of the two, looks up to Rashid so much that he aims to follow in his brother’s footsteps. 420 more words

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