"The Sisters Brothers" is a 2018 black comedy Western crime drama film directed by Jacques Audiard.
The starring cast includes John C. Reilly, Joaquin Phoenix, Jake Gyllenhaal, Riz Ahmed, Rebecca Root, Allison Tolman, Rutger Hauer, Carol Kane, Ian Reddington, Aldo Maland and others.

Here are "The Sisters Brothers" Movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.

Official trailer

Watch the official trailer for The Sisters Brothers.

Annapurna Pictures on Friday, September 21, 2018 released the trailer for "The Sisters Brothers" you can watch here:
THE SISTERS BROTHERS | Final Trailer.

Plot summary

What is The Sisters Brothers plot?

Here is a plot summary for "The Sisters Brothers" Movie.

Set in the American West in 1851, brothers Eli (John C. Reilly) and Charlie Sisters (Joaquin Phoenix) are gunfighters hired by a wealthy businessman, known as the Commodore. He tasks them to kill a man named Hermann (Riz Ahmed) Warm.
John Morris (Jake Gyllenhaal), a private detective, has been engaged by the Commodore to track Warm down and hand him over to the Sisters brothers. Morris finds Warm traveling by wagon train to California with the Gold Rush and befriends him. They travel to Jacksonville where, unbeknown to Warm, Morris has arranged his rendezvous with the Sisters brothers. Warm finds Morris' handcuffs, realizes his true intentions, and threatens him at gunpoint, but Morris overpowers him. Warm reveals that he is en route to find gold using a chemical formula of his own invention; the Sisters brothers have been sent to retrieve the formula, most likely by torturing Warm before killing him. Refusing to allow an innocent man's murder, Morris frees Warm and the two leave Jacksonville. On the road toward San Francisco, Warm reveals that his ultimate plan is to create a utopian society, free from greed and other social ills in Dallas, Texas.
Meanwhile, the brothers' pursuit is plagued by misfortune. A grizzly bear attacks their camp and mauls a horse, Eli almost dies from a venomous spider bite, and Charlie is repeatedly drunk and too hung over to ride. When they discover Morris' betrayal in Jacksonville, they follow the pair to Mayfield (Rebecca Root). At Ms. Mayfield's hotel and brothel, she denies having seen Warm and Morris, but offers the brothers a warm welcome. A sympathetic prostitute warns Eli of an impending attack, and he attempts to leave with a drunken Charlie, but they are cornered by gunslingers hired by Mayfield. The brothers kill the gunslingers and interrogate Mayfield as to Warm's and Morris' whereabouts, before murdering and robbing her.

Cast

Who's in the The Sisters Brothers cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "The Sisters Brothers" Movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

John C. Reilly  as Eli Sisters
Joaquin Phoenix  as Charlie Sisters
Jake Gyllenhaal  as John Morris
Riz Ahmed  as Hermann Kermit Warm
Rebecca Root  as Mayfield
Allison Tolman  as Girl Mayfield Saloon
Rutger Hauer  as The Commodore
Carol Kane  as Mrs. Sisters the brothers' mother
Ian Reddington  as the brothers' father
Aldo Maland  as Young Eli
Creed Bratton  as Quarrel Saloon Guy Town 02
Theo Exarchopoulos  as Young Charlie
Richard Brake  as Rex
Patrice Cossonneau  as Blount
Zac Abbott  as Blount Guy Dying (as Zack Abbott)
David Gasman  as Relay Owner
Philip Rosch  as Storekeeper Pioneer Town 2
Lenuta Bala  as Woman with the Bortsch
Jochen Hägele  as Horse Dealer Town 03
Eric Colvin  as Horse Dealer Relay 02
Sean Duggan  as Jacksonville House Keeper
Raymond Waring  as Mayfield Bartender
Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson  as Head Trapper (as Johannes Haukur Johannesson)
Gerard Cooke  as Storekeeper Mayfield
Frédéric Siuen  as Pacific Chinese Dad Prospector
Trevor Allan Davies  as Golden Pearl Valet
Aidan O'Hare  as Horse Dealer American River
Andrew Litvack  as Prospector
Nick Cornwall  as Man Encampment Attack 1
Duncan Lacroix  as Man Encampment Attack 2
Jean-Marc Bellu  as Man Encampment Attack 3
Diego Llano  as American River Indian
Hugo Dillon  as Dr Crane
Lexie Benbow-Hart  as Dr Crane's Daughter
Kelda Holmes  as Poor Woman Commodore

Release date

When is The Sisters Brothers released in cinemas?

"The Sisters Brothers" Movie release date was scheduled to be on September 2, 2018 (United States), on March 7, 2019 (Germany) and on March 28, 2019 (Hungary) distributing by Annapurna Pictures, Annapurna Distribution, Chantier Films, Elevation Pictures, Forum Film Bulgaria, GAGA, NOS Audiovisuais, Paradise Group, Polyfilm Verleih, Ro Image 2000, Spentzos Films, UGC Distribution, United International Pictures (UIP), Universal Pictures International (UPI), Anton, Ascot Elite Entertainment Group, GEM Entertainment, Remain In Light, The Searchers and Universum Film (UFA).

Filming

What are The Sisters Brothers filming details?

The duration of the film is 121 minutes. With a budget of $38 million, the film grossed over $13.1 million.

"The Sisters Brothers" Movie is rated "R".

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about The Sisters Brothers?

"The Sisters Brothers" Movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 87/100. The audience also likes the film.

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