Boromir is a character in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium. He appears in the first two volumes of The Lord of the Rings (The Fellowship of the Ring and The Two Towers), and is mentioned in the last volume, The Return of the King. He was the brother of Faramir and the elder son of Denethor II, the last ruling Steward of Gondor. Boromir is portrayed as an honourable and noble character who ... The scene with Faramir, Boromir, and Denethor probably should have been included in the theatrical release. I said this after I first saw FotR, but again, I really enjoyed the way PJ and Sean Bean brought the Boromir character to life. This extra scene just adds to it. That character seemed pretty flat and under-developed in the book.

Did you know that during the filming of Lord of the Rings, Sean Bean refused a helicopter ride to a set due to a fear of flying and instead hiked up to it in full Boromir armor. Bean’s most prominent role was as Boromir in Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Scene 41 ~ Sons of the Steward. Faramir sits alone holding Boromir's cloven horn. He sees a flashback to when Osgiliath was retaken. Boromir stands up high and raises his arms holding the banner of Gondor.