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Sometimes the greatest revenge is forgiveness.
Andy and Pete Goodwynn have been side-by-side since the womb. But that’s about to change…
Identical twins, they have grown up watching out for one another while avoiding the glares and whispers that come with a small-town tragedy like the one that left them orphans at a young age.
Yet despite their bond, Andy and Pete couldn’t be more different. While Pete readily turns the other cheek, Andy prefers an eye for an eye. As their high school graduation nears, Pete plans to marry Maggie, the love of his life, and head off to school to become a preacher. Andy, who wants nothing to do with God, has no plans, no direction, and seemingly no future.
Yet this too is about to change.
Instead of becoming engaged to Maggie, Pete hears his love say no to his proposal. In a dizzying turn of events, he ends up in jail… framed for murder! As Pete wrestles with God about this cruel twist of fate – orchestrated by the most powerful family in town – Andy struggles to find a way to help his brother… even if it means coming to peace with God and abandoning his hopes for revenge.
Coming to theaters on November 1, 2013, BROTHER’S KEEPER takes moviegoers on an incredible journey through rural Georgia in the 1950s: from Main Street to the State Penitentiary… from young love to a heinous crime of passion… from counterfeit justice to forgiveness forged through pain… from God’s mercy to the ultimate sacrifice.
The first feature film from Desert Winds Films, BROTHER’S KEEPER is co-directed by Josh Mills and TJ Amato and stars Alex and Graham Miller as Pete and Andy. The cast also includes Daniel Samonas (as Gordon), MacKenzie Mauzy (as Maggie), Ray Wise (as Herbert), and award-winning singer Travis Tritt (as Eddie).
Will Andy be able to help Pete gain his rightful freedom? Will the brothers seek vengeance on those whose corruption and deceit have taken that freedom away? While revenge may seem sweet, BROTHER’S KEEPER is a powerful reminder that only forgiveness can truly heal.
In Theaters November 1, 2013