Anthony Hopkins won his second Best Actor Oscar (Academy Award) for this film in 2021 which is almost exactly thirty years (twenty-nine to be exact) after he had won his first in 1992 for 'The Silence of the Lambs' (1991). Hopkins 2021 Oscar win for 'The Father' (2020) though does come in the 30th Anniversary year since the first release of 'The Silence of the Lambs' in 1991. See more »
I am worried. It's very worrying. I mean... Losing all my things, everyone's just helping themselves, and... If this goes on much longer, um, I'll be stark naked. And, um, I... I won't be able to tell what time it is.
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This is a film that stays with you. Of course there's the brilliant performances but there's more. While other films have taken on old age and dementia, those films took on coping with a significant other's condition. The difference here is that the film is from the sufferer's perspective. You therefore see these events as if you yourself have dementia. And it's stunning how, when you walk away, you know you can.
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