An east-coast liberal poet and college professor travels to Idaho to visit his older brother, a former Marine-sniper and diehard conservative. BROTHERS is a story about the mystery of sibling rivalry, competing ideas of manhood and masculinity, and the elusiveness of brotherly love. It is also a parable for a nation divided into enemy camps, hoping to heal the ever-widening rift between its citizens. Selected as part of Jay Rosenblatt and Ellen Bruno’s Filmmakers Unite, a slate of films in response to the 2016 election. Official selection of Dok Leipzig, Montclair Film Festival, among others.