The Three Brothers (1995)

U 12/20/1995 (US) Comedy 1h 45m
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Overview

Three half-brothers are reunited at their mother's funeral. After being told of their inheritance they quickly spend the money, only to find out that they will not receive it after all. The men grow closer while deciding how to proceed.

  1. Didier Bourdon

    Director, Writer

  2. Bernard Campan

    Director, Writer

  3. Michel Lengliney

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Pascal Légitimus

    Pascal Légitimus

    Pascal Latour

  2. Didier Bourdon

    Didier Bourdon

    Didier Latour

  3. Bernard Campan

    Bernard Campan

    Bernard Latour

  4. Antoine du Merle

    Antoine du Merle

    Michael

  5. Anne Jacquemin

    Marie

  6. Marine Jolivet

    Christine

  7. Annick Alane

    Annick Alane

    Geneviève Rougemont

  8. Pierre Meyrand

    Charles-Henri Rougemont

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The Three Brothers
The Three Brothers

Original Title Les trois frères

Status Released

Original Language French

Budget $7,500,000.00

Revenue -

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