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What happens when the people close to you turn out not be exactly who you thought they were? In this quirky comedy drama, Oliver has to adjust to the fact that his widowed father Hal has announced he is gay. Director Mike Mills uses unusual images, surprising scenes and a wise dog to avoid the obvious as Oliver and Hal work to find happiness before it's too late. Based on Mills' own family story, it’s a surprising and touching film.
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
1950s drama about a middle-aged civil servant who finds he is dying, and feels he's wasted previous decades, from iconic director Akira Kurosawa.
11+ years 143 mins
An elderly couple leave their village in southern Japan to visit their grown-up children in Tokyo, in this haunting and highly-acclaimed Japanese film
14+ years 136 mins
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