Brothers (2007 film)

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Brothers
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Theatrical poster
Traditional 兄弟
Simplified 兄弟
Mandarin Xiōng Dì
Cantonese Hing1 Dai6
Directed by Derek Chiu
Produced by Andy Lau
Kent Cheng
Written by Chan Kin-chung
Y.C. Kong
Starring Michael Miu
Eason Chan
Huang Yi
Andy Lau
Wang Zhiwen
Felix Wong
Kent Tong
Gordon Lam
Music by Kubert Leung
Cinematography Charlie Lam
Edited by Kwong Chi-leung
Production
company
Distributed by Polybona Films
Release date
  • 18 October 2007 (2007-10-18)
Running time
100 minutes
Country Hong Kong
Language Cantonese
Mandarin
English
Thai

Brothers is a 2007 Hong Kong film. The story follows the relationship between two brothers (Michael Miu and Eason Chan) who are part of a Hong Kong triad. Produced by Andy Lau's Focus Films, Brothers is directed by Derek Chiu and written by Chan Kin-chung and Y.C. Kong. The film mostly takes place in Hong Kong and Bangkok, Thailand. The film is known as 兄弟之生死同盟 (pinyin: Xiōngdì zhī Shēngsǐ Tóngméng; lit. Brothers: The Living Alliance) in Mainland China.

Cast[edit]

Tam family[edit]

Yim family[edit]

Police department[edit]

Other[edit]

Awards[edit]

27th Hong Kong Film Awards[edit]

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