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Due to the tragic death of his wife, journalist Joe Warr brings up his son Artie by himself, and decides that he is going to try to be a friend rather than an authority figure to the boy. He'll let Artie make his own mistakes, and the two of them will have fun together. Not everyone is sure this a good idea - Artie's half-brother Harry is shocked when he arrives to stay - but the film is a warm and touching look at an unconventional approach to parenting.
Brilliantly observed and cruelly amusing drama about the children of a couple going through a bitter divorce in 1970s New York
16+ years 77 mins
Complex, emotional drama following Blake Morrison's struggle to identify his temperamental relationship with his dying father.
11+ years 88 mins
Powerful and disturbing Cormac McCarthy adaptation about a father and son travelling through a post-apocalyptic landscape.
16+ years 111 mins
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