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SXSW's Winner 'Brotherhood' Welcomes First Trailer

January 22, 2011 (7:51 am) GMT
A pledge finds himself involved in a bloody robbery as part of his initiation and is ready to go against his senior in order to save his friend's life.

The first trailer for "" has been made available for viewing pleasure via Yahoo! Movies. Opened with fun party scenes, it continues with tense footage as Sigma Zeta Chi fraternity is about to welcome new members and challenges them to rob a convenience store as the final step of their initiation.

College freshman Adam Buckley finds himself dealing with the fact that a fellow-pledge just got shot while doing it. Frank, the senior fraternity brother in charge of the night's events, is able to get the injured pledge out of the store alive, but the fraternity's troubles are just beginning.

Thinking they can get out of the situation without taking the pledge to a hospital, Frank decides the group will handle things themselves. But when every move is met with disaster, Adam must find it within himself to go against Frank and his new brothers in order to save his friend's life.

"Brotherhood" is directed by Will Canon who also pens the script along with Douglas Simon. The drama thriller won an Audience Award at 2010 SXSW Film Festival and is set to open in U.S. theaters on February 18. Trevor Morgan, and Lou Taylor Pucci are among the cast.


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