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My Brother Is An Only Child

    (12A) Working-class brothers Accio (Elio Germano) and Manrico (Riccardo Scamaricio) come of age on opposite sides of the political spectrum in late 1960s Italy in director Daniele Luchetti’s powerful family drama adapted from Antonio Pennacchi’s bestselling novel Il Fascio comunista. Manrico becomes a Communist organiser while Accio, expelled from a seminary, joins up with a band of fascist thugs. Luchetti’s skill is that he has made the film not as flat-out political polemic, but rather as a telling, sharply characterised story of relationships.

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