Nollywood fans can now enjoy the teaser for the crime thriller Brotherhood, which was released on Monday.
The film, which is produced by Jade Osiberu, will show in cinemas this September. Osiberu likewise produced films like Sugar Rush and Ayinka. She directed Gidi Up, Isoken, Everything Scatter, among others. Osiberu co-wrote Brotherhood’s screenplay with Abdul Tijani-Ahmed.
As described in an Instagram caption by Greoh Studios, the production company behind the film, Brotherhood is a story about the twin brothers “Akin (Falz) and Wale (Tobi Bakre)”, who are “bound by blood, yet separated by their choices”. After years of hustling on the streets of Lagos, the brothers fall on opposite sides of the law: Akin joins the police and Wale joins a gang of robbers. Their brotherly bond is tested when Akin becomes a part of the task force hunting Wale and his gang.
Brotherhood is directed by the Ugandan filmmaker Loukman Ali. It is the Ugandan’s first Nollywood title. His directorial repertoire comprises The Bad Mexican (2017), The Girl in the Yellow Jumper (2020), The Blind Date (2021), to mention a few.
Brotherhood features Tobi Bakre, Falz, Basketmouth, Toni Tones, OC Ukeje, Debo Adedayo, Sam Dede, Zubby Michael, Dorathy Bachor, Dianne Russet, Omawunmi, and Ronke Oshodi-Oke.