Brothers

Brothers

Movie: Brothers
Director: Arthur Barron
Produced by: Soho Associates, Warner Brothers
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MPAA Rating: R

Based loosely on the real-life relationship between political activist Angela Davis and convict-turned-author George Jackson, Brothers stars Bernie Casey as David Thomas, who begins corresponding with college professor and outspoken black activist Paula Jones after he’s convicted of a crime he didn’t commit. David’s relationship with Paula gives him strength and insight as he tries to survive in the brutally violent and racist environment of prison. A great deal more serious and politically minded than most of the other “blaxploitation” films of its era, Brothers was directed by Arthur Barron, in a severe departure from his previous film, the sweet teenage love story Jeremy.

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