Gael Morel’s somber 2004 French feature about three young brothers is thematically similar to S.E. Hinton’s stories charting inchoate violence and homoeroticism among young men stuck in working-class environs. Set in a backwoods rural town in the Rhone Alps, the two younger brothers are living with their emotionally distant father and grieving the loss of their recently deceased mother. Marc, the middle brother (played with feral intensity by Nicholas Cazale), is the focus of the first half of the story; when his older brother, Christophe (Stephane Rideau), is released from jail, his self-destructive tendencies take a darker turn. With Thomas Dumerchez. In French with subtitles. 90 min.