Brother's Keeper

Brother's Keeper

Director: T.J. Amato, Joshua Mills Cast: Alex Miller, Graham Miller

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Overview

Brother's Keeper

Two twin brothers discover that forgiveness can be a powerful form of revenge when one is framed for murder, and the other fights to regain his innocent sibling's freedom. High school seniors Pete and Maggie were planning to get married when Maggie was murdered by a jealous romantic rival. When all evidence points to aspiring preacher Pete as the killer, he is left to suffer in prison while the real killer walks free. Meanwhile, Pete's reckless brother Andy begins a tireless campaign for justice. But just when it seems as if the two siblings are poised to seek vengeance, an unusual course of events reveals that grace is the only true path to healing.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/04/2015
UPC: 0687797158796
Original Release: 2012
Rating: PG-13
Source: Alchemy / Millennium
Time: 1:58:00

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Alex Miller Pete Goodwynn
Graham Miller Andy Goodwynn
Ray Wise Herbert Leemaster
Travis Tritt Eddie Waters
Daniel Samonas Gordon Leemaster
W. Earl Brown Turner Monroe
Michael Rooker Chief Carver
Mackenzie Mauzy Maggie Maloye
Noell Coet Ginny Wonders
Robyn Lively Macaire Leemaster
Camryn Molnar Madlyn Leemaster
Peter Boulware Nicholas
Shaun Clay Ray Burnside

Technical Credits
T.J. Amato Director,Producer
Joshua Mills Director,Producer
Danielle Aufiero Casting
Bill Brown Score Composer
Steven Camp Executive Producer
John Duncan Producer
John Duncan Producer
Briana Hartman Screenwriter
Amber Horn Casting
Rick McCaskill Co-producer
Larissa Michel Producer
Jeff Murphy Editor
Scott Peck Cinematographer
James Reece Co-producer
Jeff Taylor Production Designer
Tiffany Welt Costumes/Costume Designer

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Brother's Keeper 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome movie! Theme is forgiveness. It's a "don't miss".