“My Brother the Devil” is a British drama film that was released in 2012, directed by Sally El Hosaini. The movie follows the story of two brothers, Mo (played by Fady Elsayed) and Rashid (played by James Floyd), who live in a working-class neighborhood in London and are struggling to find their place in the world.
Mo is a young man who dreams of escaping the cycle of poverty and violence that surrounds him. He is drawn to his older brother Rashid, who is a respected member of a local gang. However, when Rashid begins to question his own involvement in the gang and his sexuality, their relationship becomes strained.
The movie explores themes of identity, sexuality, and cultural identity, as well as the pressures faced by young people in urban communities. It also touches on the impact of gang violence and the struggles faced by immigrant families.
“My Brother the Devil” received critical acclaim for its raw and authentic portrayal of urban life, as well as its nuanced depiction of complex characters. The movie was praised for its strong performances and its sensitive treatment of difficult subjects. It is a powerful and thought-provoking film that explores important social issues with depth and sensitivity.
Duration: 111 min.