Blood Brothers (2017 film)
|Directed by||Max Chernov|
|Produced by||Nicole Falsetti, Max Chernov, Jean de Meuron|
|Screenplay by||Max Chernov|
|Starring||Robert Dylan Bare, Cameron Cowperthwaite, Declan Michael Laird|
|Music by||Andrew Kawczynski|
|Edited by||Mike Spagnoli, Patrick Tuck|
Blood Brothers is a 2017 US English-language World War I short film written and directed by Max Chernov. It was an official selection at the Los Angeles International Film Festival in 2017. and HollyShorts Film Festival  It features Robert Dylan Bare, Cameron Cowperthwaite, and Declan Michael Laird in lead roles.
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
Somme, France 1916 - A young British soldier, Charlie, dodges bullets and mortar fire. In a close encounter, he is shot at and falls to the ground after an exploding mortar. Seeking refuge, he escapes to a nearby barn, only to discover he is not alone. Paul, a critically wounded German soldier, holds Charlie at gunpoint until they realize they are both hiding from a common enemy. Soon, it is revealed that Charlie and Paul have more in common than it appears. As the two become closer in their safe haven, both soldiers bond over the desertion of their battalions. Paul enters critical condition as soldiers begin to encroach on their position, forcing Charlie to decide between saving himself or his newfound comrade. Charlie throws a reluctant Paul over his shoulder and tries to escape. The two soldiers are shot down by British troops. As the British close in it is revealed that they killed their friend, Charlie.
Cast[edit | edit source]
• Robert Dylan Bare as Charlie • Cameron Cowperthwaite as Paul • Declan Michael Laird as William
• Kyle Matthew as Thomas
• Kevin Doherty as Henry
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