Two Brothers (2004 film)
Two Brothers (Deux Frères) is a 2004 British-French family drama film directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud and starring Guy Pearce and Freddie Highmore. It is about two tiger brothers, Kumal and Sangha, who are separated as cubs and then reunited a year later.
- Forgive me. Forgive me.
- Administrator Normandin: Bravo! As your excellency's father always said, "One shot, one kill." With you, it's pfft-bang! Straight as an arrow!
- His Excellency: Straight as your road through the sacred jungles of my ancestors.
- Aidan McRory: Where did you learn your English?
- Naï-Rea: His Excellency asked the Australian priests to open a school here to teach us languages.
- Aidan McRory: Well, I'm very impressed. What else did they teach you?
- Naï-Rea: To beware of white men.
- The best of friends - whatever happens.
- Two infant tiger cubs, separated from their parents and each other.
- The acclaimed director of "The Bear" invites you to share their unforgettable journey home.
- Guy Pearce as Aidan McRory.
- Freddie Highmore as Raoul Normandin.
- Jean-Claude Dreyfus as Administrator Eugene Normandin.
- Oanh Nguyen as His Excellency.
- Vincent Scarito as Zerbino.
- Moussa Maaskri as Saladin.
- Maï Anh Le as Naï-Rea.
- Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu as Mrs. Mathilda Normandin.
- Kumal as Himself.
- Sangha as Himself.
- Mother Tiger as Herself.
- Father Tiger as Himself.