BROTHERLY LOVE A Feature Film written by Nick Ferraro directed by Ronnie Marmo produced by Lou Martini, Jr., Toni D'Antonio, and Nick Ferraro co-produced by Ronnie Marmo and Samantha Bowen
In an attempt to move up the ranks, two Chicago mob brothers accidentally kill the boss’s son which leads them to flee for their lives but speed bumps from their past make getting away more than a little difficult.
In Chicago, Illinois, brothers Sonny “Shakes” and Vinny “IQ” Bonino work for notorious Crime Boss Bruno. Not the most dependable bookies, the brothers have always looked out for each other. They had everything going for them until one too many deals go wrong and they’re the last ones to see Bruno’s only son alive.
After a hit is ordered, their Uncle makes a deal with Bruno. If the brothers leave Chicago for good they can keep their heads, but one final bungle sets a series of events in motion that even these two can’t outrun.
On the lam in Philadelphia, their differences, secrets and lies begin to drive a wedge through their brotherly relationship. Vinny confesses to Sonny that the wife who left Sonny years ago, Gabriella, has hidden a son from him, and Sonny circles back to confront her. It isn’t long until Bruno’s men are hot on the brothers’ tracks and have now also set their sights on Gabriella and Sonny’s son, Anthony.
Sonny and Vinny are forced to set aside their differences, face their fears, and embrace their truths to work together in order to keep not only themselves but Gabriella and Anthony alive. More missteps in Philly create a domino effect that catches them between a Colombian drug deal and the FBI.
One final showdown forces them to depend on each other amidst all the MobSense around them. Wrought with suspense, drama and comedy, this is a great film in the likes of Analyze This, The Family, The Whole Nine Yards, Married to the Mob and Midnight Run.