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How two brothers describe masculinity, racism and brotherhood on their estate

Two brothers living on a council estate in Hackney, east London, express their experiences of masculinity, racism and brotherhood through dance and direct testimony. Revealing interviews are set against dynamic movement sequences, communicating their histories and emotions in a way that words alone could not. This imaginative film explores experiences of anxiety and depression while uncovering love and vulnerability in a close-knit community
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