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"I wish Canadian films like this weren't so damn hard to find down here in the States. It's a good movie, has excellent character development. My only complaint: Larenz Tate isn't that great, not sure he really carried the lead in this. He was pretty much eclipsed by Martin Cummins' performance. Cummins won a lot of Canadian awards for this role. Also, the DVD should have more of a 'making of' extra."
Bigflu | WV | 08/19/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Somebody brought this over to watch, I had never even heard of it. I watched this with really low expectations, and came away with a decent story of 2 brothers (1 white/1 black), and their struggles with life.
One struggles with drugs while the other simply struggles with himself, you don't really find out why immediately though. Deborah Cox did an excellent job as a side story about her life while playing one of the brother's girlfriend.
All in all it was a really low budget movie with an entertaining cast and story that kept me interested (not easy to do) till the end."
Must See Movie
vil | 11/12/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a fantastic movie, a little complicated but really in a day when movies are so predictible its a breath of fresh air. With great acting from Larenz Tate and an unmissible performance from Martin Cummins this is a must see movie for any real film fan."
I was not disappointed
ziggyqt | Laurel, MD United States | 05/01/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)
"No this movie is not an Academy Award Winner. However, since I am a Substance Abuse Counselor I found great Value in the context of this movie. If you want to see the effects of substance abuse and keeping secrets has on families then this is a good representative."
This is NOT a love story
Gail Samson | Bay Point, CA USA | 06/22/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)
"The problem is that this is being sold as a love story, which it most certainly is not. This is a story about two brothers and the family secrets they buried between them. This is about how a family gets torn apart by unforeseeable circumstances. This is about what it takes to hold together. It is a very compelling and moving drama. The performances by both Larenz Tate and Martin Cummins were commendable. Although I agree is not the highest caliber film, I feel was done well."