Actor James Brolin's feature film directorial debut pits brother against brother in a political thriller set in Ireland. After festival showings failed to secure a theatrical distributor, MY BROTHER'S WAR was released to home video in 1998. It was named Best Feature Film with a budget over
$1 million at the 1997 Hollywood Film Festival.
As children, Gerry and Liam Fallon witnessed their father's murder by a terrorist sniper. Now adults, they are members of an IRA group plotting to kill a British dignitary as his cavalcade drives through Belfast. Gerry (Patrick Foy) calls off the attack when he discovers that the dignitary's wife
and children are also in the car...