Brothers Jeff (Clayton Jacobson) and Terry (Shane Jacobson) have come up with a plan for the perfect murder; they've meticulously organized a sequence of events so that when the body is discovered, it is seen as obviously a suicide. Jeff has even ensured that they won't leave any DNA evidence behind, making sure that they have protective clothing, gloves and shoe covers. But when the intended victim arrives, nothing goes quite to plan....This kind of deeply dark humour either strikes the viewer as wonderfully imaginative and smart and funny, or as producing a "huh?" kind of reaction; fortunately this viewer at least felt the former rather than the latter. The film was directed by Clayton and produced by both real-life brothers, so in addition to the dark humour the comparisons to the Coen Brothers are bound to come up; but these two put a whole new spin on the idea that things never quite go to plan, no matter how meticulous you've been in trying to foresee every contingent. A few violent scenes, nothing more gory than you might see on television today, but a warning to the squeamish on that front; otherwise, just enjoy!
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Brothers' Nest (2018)
Brothers' Nest is a movie starring Shane Jacobson, Clayton Jacobson, and Kim Gyngell. Two brothers' murder plans go somewhat sideways in this Australian dark comedy.
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Two brothers' murder plans go somewhat sideways in this Australian dark comedy.
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Hilarious, and DarkReviewed byalisonc-1Vote: 7/10
Nice change for the Jacobsen brothers but I wanted to like at least one of the characters but I just couldn't. Set over one night we did not see why they feel their actions are justified.
This movie ticks all the boxes for its genre (which, by the way, is the 90% cocoa kind of dark comedy, so don't expect every laugh to be a belly laugh).
Clayton Jacobson shines his directorial expertise at a fabulous script and the end result is deliciously fascinating.
There are twists and turns that I didn't see coming (and I'm a pretty savvy predictor of plot twists) - yet from the first frame, we know we're in for a dark and unsettling journey.
The tension stays high throughout, except when we're let off the hook with an uncomfortable chuckle. But honestly, from the word go you KNOW we're not in a unicorns-and-puppies kind of world here.
The character psychology is utterly consistent and beautifully drawn by both screenwriter and cast. The acting is superb - nuanced and brilliantly paced - and the story builds in a hugely satisfying way, with information being revealed at just the right time, every time.
Cinematography, art direction, music and editing are all excellent, supporting the overall mood and story with textured layering that does its work almost invisibly, it's so good.
I can't wait to see this movie again. Even though a part of me kinda doesn't want to. (Did I mention, it's dark?)