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In Memory of My Father (2005)
By far... the best film of 2005 and destined to be a Criterion Collection Film
It seems the other comments talk plenty about the film. I will just add that I've seen the film more than one time and each time... it gets better. The nuances are so honest and the layers within the dynamics of the characters and the situations are so organic, it's a blessing that a film this good ever gets made. At first, it seems that IMOMF would be a specific type of film for a specific type of audience, however the film is one of those films that resonate in your body and stays with you, you find yourself replaying moments for days in your head, strangely wanting to see these moments again. It's honestly suitable for a pretty broad audience which is uncanny. A smart film that can reach a wide audience? It's still possible, and this film is proof of that.