Brother (1997)

  |  Crime, Drama, Romance


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An ex-soldier with a personal honor code enters the family crime business in St. Petersburg, Russia.


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26 March 1999 | searchy
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| If you like reservoir dogs, go and see this
This is a great Russian movie, made in a post-soviet Russia, which is looking for a new identity. It is new style Russian cinema, cheaply made due to lack of money, but therefore it has a very genuine feel of it. The story of Daniil that becomes more and more violent than his - already gruesome - brother, is very compelling and horrible at the same time. If you want to begin with a modern Russian movie, rent this one, it has that 'old ultra-violence' thing. It will definitely blow off your socks.

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