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Noel Clarke writes, directs and stars in this hard-hitting British drama sequel. Still struggling to come to terms with the events that saw him jailed for murder, Sam Peel (Clarke) again finds himself the target of local youths looking to get even. After realising he must face his tormentors head-on if he is to move on with his life, Peel seeks help from old friends in an attempt to finally break free from a chequered past that continues to haunt him.
BrOTHERHOOD follows Sam as he faces up to the new world after ADULTHOOD and realizes it also comes with new problems and new challenges. Sam knows that to survive he must face his issues head on, and knows he will require old friends to help him survive new dangers. Noel Clarke (Star Trek into Darkness, Doctor Who, Adulthood) reprises the role of Sam Peel with breakthrough Grime artist Stormzy starring alongside him as Yardz. BrOTHERHOOD is third instalment of the trilogy, brought to us by BAFTA award-winning actor, writer and director, Noel Clarke who also produced alongside Jason Maza, Maggie Monteith and Gina Powell.
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Brotherhood seems to have no real storyline, the two main 'gangsters' or 'bad guys' were unbelievable far fetched characters. Just getting rid of those two, Daley and 'Hugs', and trying to put together a half decent storyline would help. Who was in charge of casting Jason Maza for that part? Bad casting in parts with some poor acting and crap storyline. It was just a bit too cringey for me and I hope if Noel does come back with a fourth film (Parenthood?) he'll go back to the first two films.
Occasionally clunky dialogue and a mystery bad guy subplot that made no sense aside, this was a fitting end to the trilogy