Brother to Brother

2004, Lgbtq+/Drama, 1h 34m

45 Reviews 1,000+ Ratings

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Led by two fine lead performances, Brother to Brother is a moving and thought-provoking dramatization of the Harlem Renaissance. Read critic reviews

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Perry (Anthony Mackie) is a would-be painter struggling to find his voice as an artist and his identity as a black gay man. When his disapproving father kicks him out, he winds up in a homeless shelter where he meets a sympathetic gay poet named Bruce (Roger Robinson). As they get to know each other, Perry learns that Bruce was at the center of the 1920s and '30s Harlem Renaissance and faced many of the same prejudices and challenges in his day that Perry faces now.

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