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Peter Bratt (I)


Aside from being Benjamin Bratt's brother, Peter Bratt is a growing force in his own right. With his critically acclaimed independent first feature film Follow Me Home (1996), he dared to explore race and identity from the multiple and intersecting perspectives of Chicanos, African Americans, and Native Americans. When no major studio would ... See full bio »

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Known For

La Mission
La Mission Writer
(2009)
Dolores
Dolores Director
(2017)
Follow Me Home
(1996)
Good Boy
Good Boy Writer
(2010)

Filmography

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 2010 Good Boy (Video)
 2010 The TV (Video short)
 2009 La Mission (written by)
Hide Hide Show Show Director (3 credits)
 2017/I Dolores (Documentary)
 2009 La Mission
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 2009 La Mission (producer)
 1996 Follow Me Home (producer)
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 2003 Wake (special thanks)
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 2011 Die Stieg Larsson Story (Documentary)
Himself
 2009 Moving Pictures Live! (TV Series)
Himself
- La Mission/Big Fan (2009) ... Himself
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 2012 Palme (Documentary)
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Personal Quote:

"All the main characters in this film carry what Dr. Eduardo and Bonnie Duran refer to as the 'soul wound'. The 'soul wound' is a result of the perpetration that was committed against the indigenous peoples of the Americas, and also the Africans that were brought here as slaves." (refering to the Black American, Chicano, and American Indian characters in his film Follow Me Home (1996))

Trivia:

Older brother of Benjamin Bratt. See more »

Star Sign:

Scorpio

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