Cannes Film Review: ‘A Brother’s Love’

Despite all her evident idiosyncrasies, there’s something familiar about Sophia (Anne √Člisabeth Boss√©), the focus of Quebecois debutante Monia Chokri’s comedy “A Brother’s Love,” which gets the Un Certain Regard sidebar of Cannes off to a springy if overlong and somewhat stumbling start. Sophia may have a PhD in political philosophy (and the $48,000 college […]

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