Brotherhood: the Complete First Season

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Special Features

Closed Caption; Audio commentary by Blake Masters, creator/executive producer/writer, and Henry Bromell, executive producer/writer; Power Map: an interactive, graphical guide of the relationships and power struggles among the characters
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/26/2006
  • UPC: 097368507845
  • Rating:

  • Source: Showtime Ent.
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Language: English
  • Time: 9:43:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 3,054


Disc #1 -- Brotherhood: The Complete First Season, Episodes 1-4
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   Episode Selection
      Mark 8:36
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      Genesis 27:29
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      Matthew 13:57
         Play Episode
      Matthew 5:6
         Play Episode
      English Stereo 2.0
      English Dolby Digital 5.1
      Spanish Stereo 2.0
Disc #2 -- Brotherhood: The Complete First Season, Episodes 5-8
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   Episode Selection
      Matthew 12:25
         Play Episode
      Samyutta 11:10
         Play Episode
      Genesis 27:39
         Play Episode
      Job 31:5-6
         Play Episode
      English Stereo 2.0
      English Dolby Digital 5.1
      Spanish Stereo 2.0
Disc #3 -- Brotherhood: The Complete First Season, Episodes 9-10
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   Episode Selection
      Ecclesiastes 7:2
         Play Episode
         Audio Commentary with Executive Producers Blake Masters and Henry Bromell: On
         Audio Commentary with Executive Producers Blake Masters and Henry Bromell: Off
      Vivekachudamani: 51
         Play Episode
      Matthew 22:10
         Play Episode
      English Stereo 2.0
      English Dolby Digital 5.1
      Spanish Stereo 2.0
   Bonus Features
      Power Map
            Rose & Michael
            Michael & Pete
            Michael & Patty
            Freddie & Patty
            Freddie & Declan
            Freddie & John
            Freddie & Moe
            Marty & Freddie
            Rose & Tommy
            Rose & Mary Kate
            Mary Kate
            Tommy & Judd
            Tommy & Declan
            Declan & Ralph
            Declan & Cassie
            Tommy & Eileen
         Michael & Tommy
         Episode 9: Ecclesiastes 7:2 - Audio Commentary With Executive Producers Blake Masters and Henry Bromwell: On
         Episode 9: Ecclesiastes 7:2 - Audio Commentary With Executive Producers Blake Masters and Henry Bromwell: Off
      Photo Gallery
         Jason Isaacs
         Jason Clarke
         Annabeth Gish
         Ethan Embry
         Kevin Chapman
         Fionnula Flanagan
         Sleeper Cell
         The L Word
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Better than the Sopranos

    The 1st season of 'Brotherhood' was a surprise. I'm not much for TV shows, but Showtime has more latitude than the regular networks in what it shows. Unlike 'The Sopranos,' 'Brotherhood' focuses on the political and criminal world of Providence, Rhode Island as seen through the eyes of the 2 main characters, Tommy and Michael Caffee. Tommy (Jason Clarke) is a Rhode Island State Representative whose district includes 'The Hill,' where the series takes place. Michael (Jason Isaacs), however, is a gangster who seeks to regain his hold on organized crime after a 7-year exile. The supporting cast is excellent including Annabeth Gish (Eileen Caffee), Fionnula Flanagan (Rose Caffee), and Ethan Embry (Declan 'Deco' Giggs), but Jason Clarke (Tommy Caffee) is the standout in this show as the younger Caffee whose loyalties are torn between his family and his own ambition for power and higher political office. The show takes place in Providence, Rhode Island, and I believe this adds to the character of the show as most crime dramas back East tend to take place in Boston or New York. The show also focuses on the Irish enclave of Providence, which is involved both in crime and politics. I look forward to the second season.

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    Posted November 1, 2009

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