In the 1980s, "Bros" were one of the biggest bands in the world - for 15 minutes. Having sold out stadiums around the world, they were the youngest to this day to play Wembley and their "...
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Colin hires a lavish country manor for his extended family to celebrate New Year. Unfortunately for Colin his position of power in the family is under serious threat from the arrival of his estranged brother David.
In 1980 New York, three young men who were all adopted meet each other and find out they're triplets who were separated at birth. But their quest to find out why turns into a bizarre and sinister mystery.
The twisting, turning, stranger-than-fiction true story of the Brobergs, a naive, church-going Idaho family that fell under the spell of a sociopathic neighbor with designs on their twelve-year-old daughter.
In the 1980s, "Bros" were one of the biggest bands in the world - for 15 minutes. Having sold out stadiums around the world, they were the youngest to this day to play Wembley and their "Push" album went to Number 1 in over 20 countries, selling 10 million copies worldwide. The rise and fall of Bros was meteoric. This film charts twins Matt and Luke Goss's reunion 28 years on, having hardly spoken and not played together since their split. With an incredibly fractured relationship and only 3 weeks to go until sell-out gigs at The O2 London, will they be able to put their history aside and come together as brothers to play the show of their lives? A raw and emotional look into the aftermath of fame and the re-connection between two twins torn apart by their past.
The title is taken from a question by Terry Wogan, who had once asked the band what happens "after the screaming stops?" Matt Goss said it was a tribute to him because "we had an incredible relationship with Terry Wogan and he was always so supportive of us". See more »
This story could have been told in so many ways, fullwell and co managed to make this honest film so compeling from start to finish. As the story unfolds unexpectidly at times unforeseen emotions are envoked not only on screen but witnesed in the audience at the recent BFF. The story that is told is a testiment to the integrity of Matt and Luke who-bare themselves and are brave enough to let us see into their world and show they are human and more than pretty faces. They went on to be successful in their own rights again in the USA. A good up yours to the english press back in the day who riped thease boys down. This film is triumph not only for the die hard Brosetts but for anyone who has a sibling and loves a good true story.
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