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The difficult relationships between fathers and sons lies at the heart of this Russian drama. Young brothers Ivan and Andrey have grown used to life without their father, who has been absent from their lives for twelve years. Coming back to the home they share with their mother and grandmother one day, a strange but somehow familiar man stands before them - it's him, returned without explanation to take them on what he says will be a fishing trip. The events of that trip, and the consequences they will have, make The Return the haunting and powerful film it is.
Black comedy about an adult brother and sister called on to care for a dying father, despite the anger they feel at what he was like in the past.
14+ years 112 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
How do we make sure that we don't end up like our parents? That's the question at the heart of Paul Schrader's powerful tale set in small-town America
16+ years 109 mins
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