It's not everyday I walk away from a series that make me think about the content afterwards. The communication concept in Frequency is between a father and a daughter who is six years 1996 and today 26. He didn't check in one night. In her child within perspective he abandoned her. And one day the communication is back through an old radio. The relationship is restored after 20 years.
The theme 'time travel through parallel universe' is old, but the communication is awesome. Out from a father perspective you can easily see some some worth in it. The concept of fatherhood is leading by/and following - not like twenty years ago just walk out through the door. The interaction is dynamic, but also challenging other ideas of communications and conceptions which are more individual, hierarchical and one-directional.
Or, in other words it feels warm.
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