Brotherly Love The Movie
This week in Chicago we were invited to the private screening of Brotherly Love. What made this screening special was the two stars of the movie Keke Palmer ( Jackie) and Cory Hardict ( June), are both Chicago are natives. Both of them play brother and sister in the movie, and June takes on the father role being the bread-winner for his family. So it seemed right that this screening was a family affair a theatre packed with relatives, classmates, media and students from their high schools.
You could tell from the opening scenes that the movie would hold no punches. Not to give away the details of the film because I hate when people do that, but you can see why this film has been hailed as this generations Juice.
The story comes off very simple Eric D. Hill plays (Sergio) a top-tier high school basketball player in Philly that is just trying to make it to college. The cities ethnic community is divided by a hill. The top of the hill and bottom of the hill don’t mix in any form or fashion, and this sets the backdrop of the story. To see the writers tackle many of today’s subjects that this generation faces was quite impressive .
The movie also features many stars such as: Romeo Miller who plays (Sean) and breakout star P-Diddys son Quincy who plays (Chris), Macy Grey (Ms. Taylor), Faizon Love (Uncle Ron), Logan Browning (Trina), Malik Yoba (Coach) and many more.
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