Grimm is a 2003 comedy from the Netherlands that hints of the Brothers Grimm story Brother And Sister. It's set modern day and has a nice dark edge too it. A family has fallen on hard times, the father takes his two grown children into the woods and leaves them there. The mother put a note into the son's pocket telling him to go to see his Uncle in Spain. The brother and sister immediately turn to crime and have a bit of an adventure, leaving a body or two behind them, as they steal their way to Spain, only to find their Uncle has died. The sister marries a surgeon, the brother doesn't like him, there's tension in house. There's even more when the brother finds out that the surgeon wants his kidney, the surgeon's sister needs it.
The surgeon drugs the siblings, the sister gets locked up, after the organ harvesting the brother is dumped in a ditch. Lucky for him he's alive. The sister escapes and gets reunited with the brother and the movie is only two thirds over. More chasing and running about follows and there's a bit of a happy ending. I found it entertaining and worth the look. There's plenty of nice scenery, the movie is filmed in the Netherlands, German and Spain. In Spain the bits near the end are shot in an old American Western town that has appeared in plenty of Westerns. The interview with writer director Alex van Warmerdam he says that Laurence Of Arabia was shot near that location.
I got the DVD from Netflix and I might want to have a copy to see again but it appears to be out of print and a bit pricey online. Might turn up used cheap, you never know.