Father

Father

The beginning shows Hungary devastated by the war and the postwar reconstruction with its communist government. Our hero (played first by Dániel Erdély and later, as a young man, by András Bálint) is clearly determined to find out what he can about his father who died young. All he knows is that he was a doctor and perhaps he was an honored victim of fascism. He never really finds out but his relationship with his mother, his friends and his Jewish girlfriend will make him totally independent of this need to find all about Apa or Father.

The beginning shows Hungary devastated by the war and the postwar reconstruction with its communist government. Our hero (played first by Dániel Erdély and later, as a young man, by András Bálint) is clearly determined to find out what he can about his father who died young. All he knows is that he was a doctor and perhaps he was an honored victim of fascism. He never really finds out but his relationship with his mother, his friends and his Jewish girlfriend will make him totally independent of this need to find all about Apa or Father. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Hannah D (fr) wrote: From the very beginning, I was disappointed. Paul dying in the very beginning?! I'm sorry but in the book he dies at the end. And also Paul was African American, not white. They cut a whole portion of intimacy and feeling from the movie by taking out Paul early. Also, Henny died with Paul and she cannot talk, unlike she did in the movie. Then Christopher and Cathy having an intimate scene was never in the book. Cathy always refused. There's probably more flaws, but guess what. I'm writing this with only watching 30 minutes of the movie. Very disappointed.Update: Who the heck is this Sara girl that Christopher is getting married to? Was never in the book. And there are sooo many plot holes.

Michelle C (us) wrote: Nice character study of struggling woman who realizes her role in the messes in her life.

Amanda C (ru) wrote: Taking the styling of black hair as his start in point, Chris Rock expands his focus to examine how the perception of what makes hair good (ie. more like white hair) is symptomatic of the larger issues of race in the United States. Entertaining and sharp, Good Hair is an interesting watch.

Nate C (es) wrote: Hilarious!!! One of the funniest movies I've ever seen!!!

Missy L (au) wrote: Meh not the greatest had a few decent laughs, kind of over the top a times.

Rob W (au) wrote: A rather depressing film about a man suffering from depression who is corrupted by dark forces.

Lauren M (nl) wrote: This is an oddly great film. It obviously had a low budget and clearly wasn't John Hannah's best film, but I still think it was pretty brilliant.

James F (nl) wrote: So bad it's good!! Everyone should see Blood Diner at least once

Brian D (ag) wrote: This movie used to give me nightmares.

Brian R (es) wrote: A quite brilliant film essay about the fine line between art and forgery which looks at Elmyr de Hory (art forger par excellence), his biographer Clifford Irving (also exposed as a forger whilst the film was being constructed), multimillionaire mentalist Howard Hughes and Orson Welles himself, who perpetrated several hoaxes of his own throughout his illustrious career. Even if the subject matter wasn't so endlessly fascinating, this film would still be worth watching - it's a masterclass in editing and the Chartres sequence is one of the most eerily beautiful things you will ever see.

Katy W (it) wrote: What a great ensemble cast, although the story is a little too "Usual Suspects" meets "Saw."