Mes frères et moi (subtitled as La Traviata, My Brothers and I) is a French drama in which a teenage boy, Nour, begins taking singing lessons while looking after his comatose mother with his three older brothers in the south of France. The film is subtitled in English.
The film contains themes including family illness, family conflict and criminal behaviour.
Two brothers scuffle in a kitchen, with one slamming the other’s head into a table, resulting in a bloody cut. A boy is injured when he attempts to intervene in a fight between his brother and uncle.
It is implied that a man works as a sex worker at a hotel, and reference is made to him “whoring poolside again”.
The film contains use of the words “f**k” and “motherf**ker”, as well as “shit”, “ass”, “bastard”, “prick”, “damn” and “hell”.
A man implicitly smokes a marijuana joint. A man cuts up a large block of hashish and places it into plastic bags in order to sell it.
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