Brothers Till We Die

From The Grindhouse Cinema Database

Main Details

  • Released in 1978
  • Color
  • Running Time: 95 Min.
  • Directed by Umberto Lenzi
  • Written by Umberto Lenzi, Tomas Milian
  • Starring Tomas Milian
  • Produced by Luciano Martino
  • Original Music by Franco Micalizzi
  • Cinematography by Federico Zanni
  • Film Editing by Eugeno Alabiso

Also Known As

  • Brothers Till We Die


Vincenzo Marazzi (Tomas Milian), The Hunchback of Rome, is back in town. Always on the lookout for a quick buck, he is planning a surefire coup along with three of his former accomplices. A cash transport should eliminate any worries forever. Marazzi has not reckoned with the greed of his colleagues, and to be killed on the spot. Badly wounded he can escape under the cover of the sewers. Together with his twin brother Monezza (Tomas Milian), he forges a diabolical plan to take revenge on the traitors. Genre specialist Umberto Lenzi (Man From Deep River, Eaten Alive) delivers with “Brothers till we die” a unique and exciting contribution of the Italian police film. Tomas Milian (Django Kill) shines in the dual role of the Marazzi brothers and was also responsible for the screenplay. (FilmArt)