Two Brothers

Two Brothers
Two Brothers

Year

2004

Duration

100 minutes

Genres

Family

Language

English

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The strong bonds of brotherly love are the theme of Two Brothers, the story of twin tiger cubs, who are separated while out playing. One cub is sold to a circus, where he loses hope - the other brother becomes companion to a lonely boy. When a freak accident occurs, the tiger is turned over to a man who trains him to fight for money. In a horrible twist, he finds himself pitted against his long-lost brother. Will their brotherly love save them?

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