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Bros: After the Screaming Stops 15 rating

Matt and Luke Goss take on the big screen – and each other – in this candid documentary charting the reunion of 80s pop sensations Bros; an affectionate portrait that generates more than a touch of Spinal Tap-esque hilarity.

Documentary 2018 97 mins

Director: David Soutar


Formed by Camberley twins Matt and Luke Goss, teenage pop sensations Bros tasted brief but massive success in the late 1980s, becoming the youngest band to headline Wembley. Both brothers moved to America following the group’s break-up, with drummer Luke becoming a Hollywood actor (he’s appeared in two Guillermo del Toro films) and singer Matt enjoying several Las Vegas casino residencies. Despite a tense and fractured relationship, last year the pair attempted an ambitious London reunion.

Documenting the conflict and understanding that is born of an unfathomably close genetic bond, After the Screaming Stops is an affectionate and frequently funny portrait of life on the comeback trail. Never less than fully committed, the siblings’ serious dedication generates more than a touch of Spinal Tap-esque grandiosity. As such this is documentary to delight both Brosettes and agnostics alike.