Brotherhood (stylised as BrOTHERHOOD) is a 2016 British drama film written, directed by and starring Noel Clarke. It is the sequel to Adulthood, and is the third and final instalment of the Hood trilogy. It was screened in the Special Presentations section at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival.


Ten years after the events of Adulthood, Sam has now settled down. He has a partner, Kayla, and two kids, one from a previous relationship with Lexi, who is revealed to have died from a drug overdose. He is on much better terms with his mother, Mrs. Peel, and brother Royston and has also befriended Alissa, who now has a teenage daughter from her relationship with the late Trevor "Trife" Hector, whom Sam killed in Kidulthood. Now Sam has four jobs and also works out at a local gym. One day when he arrives, he overhears a girl describe to the owner how she was attacked by someone called "Mooks". The owner pulls out a gun, sees Sam listening in, and closes the door.