Following the tenth anniversary of Kidulthood and nearly eight years since the release of Adulthood, Noel Clarke has released the trailer for the final chapter of the ‘Hood’ trilogy — Brotherhood. And it looks just as violent as its predecessors.
The plot details are classified at the moment but what we do know is that Noel, who is once again writing and directing the film, will return as Sam, the London gangster who was arrested in the first film and then hunted down by the victim’s family in the second. Check out the trailer below:
Exciting stuff — looks equally as violent as the last two. Noel is such a prolific director for the “British hood film movement”, let’s just hope that it lives up to its expectations and smashes it as the last part to a great series.
That’s two great films in the pipeline at the moment if you include the recent announcement of Lars Von Trier’s upcoming serial killer flick ‘The House That Jack Built’. Keep ‘em coming guys.