Brother's keeper is one of the best documentary's i've seen. It's about four brothers Roscoe, Lyman, Bill and Adelbert from Munnsville,Upstate New York,who lived reclusive lives for 60 years in very run down house on their farm. When one of the brothers Bill dies,the other three brothers are arrested,and after hours of questioning without legal representation,Adelbert signs a paper saying he suffocated Bill, after police told him it would be easier if he signed the paper. You find out adelbert can't read and has a low I.Q as do lyman and roscoe and you realize their not really capable of defending themselves in a situaion like that. After signing the paper adelbert denies killing bill,and he is released on bail thanks to people from Munnsville paying for him. From there the documentary starts and follows the three brothers leading up to adelbert's trial.Even though the subject of the film is awful it's gripping from the start as you realize the police are up to no good and seem to be picking on the brothers something that will disgust you. But there are happy points to the film like how the community get behind adelbert and raise money for his defense,and some funny moments seeing the brother's go around their farm. By the time the trial comes you will find yourself on adelbert's side. Obvisously i won't say the outcome to it. But all in all a very interesting film.