Brother To Brother

Perry Williams (Anthony Mackie) is an articulate, black, gay artist living in New York City. Shunned by his family for his sexual orientation and worried about estranging his black friends as his work finds a white audience, he meets aging poet Bruce Nugent, sole survivor of the seminal '20s Harlem Resistance and is transported back in time to meet his heroes. Provocative and intelligent, this highly original drama won the Sundance Special Jury Prize.

Year: 2004
Genre: Drama, Queer Cinema, Black Civil Rights, Racial Intolerance, Time Travel
Country: USA
Director: Rodney Evans
Starring: Anthony Mackie, Roger Robinson, Larry Gilliard Jr, Aunjanue Ellis, Duane Boutte, Daniel Sunjata
Duration: 90 Minutes
Rating: R13 - Contains violence, offensive language and sex scenes.
Location in store: Queer Cinema



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