My Brother the Devil

  |  Book Tickets: 12/10/2012
  |  Buy to Own: 09/11/2012
  |  Watch Now: 08/02/2013
  |  112 min
Rated 15 by the BBFC


Unconventional urban drama written and directed by Sally El Hosaini. Rashid (James Floyd) wants more for his younger brother, Mo (Fady Elsayed), than the life Rashid has furnished himself on the gangland streets of Hackney. Although heavily involved with a local gang, Rashid saves the money he gains by selling drugs as a way of hopefully putting Mo through college. However, Mo admires his older brother and wants to follow in his footsteps; but when he becomes involved with the gang himself, Mo becomes victim to a mugging as a result. Throughout the film, the two brothers are forced to confront their respective identites while struggling to survive on the streets of London.

Contains strong violence, language and hard drug use
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