Dan Donahue discovers that his parents' divorce when he was a boy is negatively affecting not only his life, but his potential marriage to Sue, the woman he loves. He writes a very painful ...
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The filmmaker tries to make sense of the way his father chose to die, opening up several boxes, all that is left behind. The forgotten photos, letters and home videos take the film back to ... See full summary »
Dan Donahue discovers that his parents' divorce when he was a boy is negatively affecting not only his life, but his potential marriage to Sue, the woman he loves. He writes a very painful letter to his father Mike in an attempt to resolve the estrangement between them, so that he can move forward with his life.Written by
Janice Lynde won the Palme d'Or Award as Best Supporting Actress at the Cannes Film Festival for her work in this film. See more »
This movie is awful
I'm a Christian and feel like movies like this one are the exact reason Christian movies fail. The whole movie was under developed on every aspect. It's as if the writer had a general idea of what the movie was about but no idea how to bring it realistically to life. I watched this with my family (4 kids) whom my husband(of 21 years) is a 3 year recovered alcoholic. My mom was married 3 times, my own father was/is absent, step father - abusive alcoholic, last step father was an amazing man... All this to say we all found this movie stupid, unrealistic, and emotionally so detached we actually wanted to fling the disc off the side of the mountain. There are much better family movies, find another, this one is so freaking dumb, honestly.
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