Sons

1989, Comedy/Drama, 1h 28m

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Stepbrothers Ritchie (D.B. Sweeney), Mikey (William Forsythe) and Fred (Robert Miranda) take their ailing father (Samuel Fuller) from an American veteran's hospital on a pilgrimage to Normandy, where he had seen action in World War II and once had a girlfriend. The trio -- who spend much of the journey to France arguing -- hang out in some of the seedier sections of Paris, where they meet a transvestite (Jennifer Beals) and also Florence (Stéphane Audran), who captures Mikey's heart.

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