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Brother to Brother (2004)
Brilliant - An audacious, brave, universal story
I had the privilege of screening this film at OUTFEST in Los Angeles last
evening. I am still riveted by the artistry of this film, from the story, to the acting, cinematography, editing, and overall attention to detail.
The musical score was superb. It offered a subtle, ethereal restrained approach. No aspect of the score (or film for that matter) ever attempted to manipulate.
I am thrilled that it it is getting a theatrical release. I think it will garner many awards and continue to wow it's audiences.
Congratulations to those who gave so much to create this masterpiece.
Martin and Lewis (2002)
Poignant, authentic and hysterical
I was riveted by the story and the acting. Excellent procuction values. Sean Hayes was fantastic, delivering a true breakthrough performance. Jeremy Northam and Paula Cale exhibited a sense of the period and volatility of the situation without venturing into cliche. Bravo!! Beautifully directed and produced.