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During the Gold Rush of 1851, the Sisters Brothers are killers for hire. They have daddy issues. They’re being shot at constantly. One of them drinks too much. They fight.

John C. Reilly on playing a contract killer with a heart of gold

During the Gold Rush of 1851, the Sisters Brothers are killers for hire. They have daddy issues. They’re being shot at constantly. One of them drinks too much. They fight.

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