Day 10 - double figures and we're on the home stretch. What better way to celebrate than watch a Danish film about Neo-Nazis?

Nicolo Donato won Best Film at the 2009 Rome Film Festival for Brotherhood. It's a surprisingly straightforward film, about camaraderie and the homoeroticism of the far right. From the opening sequence we know what the character trajectories will be: Jimmy is a Neo-Nazi, luring a young gay man into a vicious beating. Lars is an army sergeant, relieved from duty for accusations that he came onto one of his men. When Lars becomes a member of the fascist gang, it's only a matter of time before the two men are conducting their affair in secret, fearful of what will happen if the other members find out.

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