Offering its take on how sibling dynamics change as people grow older, Brother of the Year leaves viewers with conflicting emotions as the movie wraps up. This family dramedy (drama + comedy) turns in one of Sunny Suwanmethanon’s best performances to date playing half of the sibling duo at the heart of the story. He is both funny and annoying, a fact that isn’t lost on the people around him and the viewers. His equally engaging co-star, Yaya Sperbund, is a delight to watch as the feisty younger sister struggling to keep it all together.
Blood is thicker than water?
Growing up, Chut and Jane have always had a complicated relationship as siblings. He was the screw up, she was the perfect one. While they both resented each other’s annoying traits, it unknowingly fostered an interdependent relationship. Moji’s entry into the equation forces Jane to re-examine how far she’ll continue to enable her brother’s emotional insecurity and sets into motion the true test to their bond as siblings.