The Sisters Brothers director Jacques Audiard on being the French Scorsese, and film festivals

//The Sisters Brothers director Jacques Audiard on being the French Scorsese, and film festivals

The Sisters Brothers director Jacques Audiard on being the French Scorsese, and film festivals

Jacques Audiard hasn’t looked back since he reached the pinnacle of world cinema with his brutal prison thriller A Prophet (2009), winner of the Cannes festival’s Grand Prix, eight Cesar Awards – the French Oscars – and more. After two equally acclaimed films (2012’s Rust and Bone and 2015’s Dheepan ), the French writer-director has come up with his first English-language feature, The Sisters Brothers.Based on Canadian Patrick deWitt’s novel of the same name, Audiard’s neo-Western was shot in…

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