The Three Brothers (film)

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The Three Brothers
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Directed by Didier Bourdon
Bernard Campan
Produced by Claude Berri et al
Written by Didier Bourdon
Bernard Campan
Starring Didier Bourdon
Bernard Campan
Pascal Légitimus
Music by Olivier Bernard
Didier Bourdon
Cinematography Alain Choquart
Edited by Gerard Klotz
Distributed by AMLF
Release date
13 December 1995
Running time
105 min
Country France
Language French
Budget $7.2 million
Box office $96.2 million[1]

The Three Brothers (French: Les Trois Frères) is a 1995 French comedy film written, directed by and starring Didier Bourdon and Bernard Campan alongside their Les Inconnus partner Pascal Légitimus.

The film won the award for Best Debut at the César Awards in 1996.

Plot[edit]

Three brothers meet each other for the first time after their mother's death. Believing that they will inherit her fortune, they quickly spend their money. However, when the inheritance does not transpire, the brothers become closer as they try to work out what to do.

Casting[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Les trois frères (1995)". JP Box Office. Retrieved 1995-12-13.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)

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