Brotherhood of Justice

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Brotherhood of Justice
Brotherhood of Justice FilmPoster.jpeg
Genre Action
Written by Noah Jubelirer (teleplay)
Jeffrey Bloom (teleplay)
Noah Jubelirer (story)
Directed by Charles Braverman
Starring Keanu Reeves
Kiefer Sutherland
Lori Loughlin
Joe Spano
Darren Dalton
Evan Mirand
Don Michael Paul
Theme music composer Brad Fiedel
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) Peter Guber
Jon Peters
Producer(s) Judith James (as Judith R. James)
Margot Winchester
Peter Brosius (associate producer)
Hans Proppe (supervising producer)
Cinematography Hanania Baer
Editor(s) Bert Glatstein
Ann E. Mills
Running time 86 min.
Production company(s) The Guber-Peters Company
Margot Winchester Productions
Phoenix Entertainment Group
Taper Media Enterprises
Distributor ABC
Original network ABC
Original release May 18, 1986

Brotherhood of Justice is a 1986 American television crime drama vigilante film starring Keanu Reeves, Billy Zane, Kiefer Sutherland, and Lori Loughlin.


The movie is based on actual events that occurred at Paschal High School in Fort Worth, Texas in 1984.[1] The vigilante group called themselves "The Legion of Doom".[2] The eponymous "Brotherhood of Justice" begins as a well-intentioned attempt by students to stamp out violence and drugs in their high school, but this "solution" gradually becomes worse than the original problem. As the Brotherhood's targets expand to include all who (for whatever reason) irritate them, its methods escalate to arson and attempted murder. Its original leader (played by Keanu Reeves), seeing what the group has become, turns against his comrades. The movie was filmed in Santa Cruz County, California. Some locations used were Aptos High School in Aptos, California, Downtown Watsonville, California, the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, and various beaches in the Santa Cruz, California area.



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