In My Father's Den

In My Father's Den

Paul (Macfadyen), a prize-winning war journalist, returns to his remote New Zealand hometown due to the death of his father, battle-scarred and world-weary. For the discontented sixteen-year-old Celia (Barclay) he opens up a world she has only dreamed of. She actively pursues a friendship with him, fascinated by his cynicism and experience of the world beyond her small-town existence. But many, including the members of both their families (Otto, Moy), frown upon the friendship and when Celia goes missing, Paul becomes the increasingly loathed and persecuted prime suspect in her disappearance. As the violent and urgent truth gradually emerges, Paul is forced to confront the family tragedy and betrayal that he ran from as a youth, and to face the grievous consequences of silence and secrecy that has surrounded his entire adult life.

Paul, a prize-winning war journalist, returns to his remote New Zealand hometown due to the death of his father, battle-scarred and world-weary. For the discontented sixteen-year-old Celia he opens up a world she has only dreamed of. She actively pursues a friendship with him, fascinated by his cynicism and experience of the world beyond her small-town existence. But many, including the members of both their families, frown upon the friendship and when Celia goes missing, Paul becomes the increasingly loathed and persecuted prime suspect in her disappearance. As the violent and urgent truth gradually emerges, Paul is forced to confront the family tragedy and betrayal that he ran from as a youth, and to face the grievous consequences of silence and secrecy that has surrounded his entire adult life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Ching T (au) wrote: Tu Seras Mon Fils only works because of the powerhouse performance of French star Niels Arestrup. There has never been a more narcissist overly critical father as in this film in which wine is apparently thicker than blood. Secrets unfold only to thicken the tension between two sets of fathers and sons resulting in a chain of action fueled by decades long resentment honed by the tyrannical abuse of Monsieur de Marseul. The French Cinema has a way of building suspense all their own so that the end doesn't always wrap up neatly and easily as it does in American cinema. Definitely a thought provoking end; This film will indeed make you really ponder each character's true intentions and loyalties in the end. Not the best of France I've seen but still very enjoyable. Ladies, star Nicolas Bridet is oh la la, who thankfully has tons of screen time.

John B (gb) wrote: I don't know why they made a sequel. The first movie was terrible and this one is even worse. There is no value here.

Christopher S (mx) wrote: Breezy thriller with serviceable performances all around. Not great but good enough.

Eli M (au) wrote: So funny and beautiful!

Maresha M (mx) wrote: Great character development as we see an awkward relationship blossom into something unconventional but sweet in its own way. Vincent Cassel is one of my fave actors because he chooses roles like this.

Truc N (gb) wrote: serious? how interesting..lols joking

Georgene L (ca) wrote: I enjoyed this movie

Jason N (nl) wrote: Great actors but I did not like the ending.

Megan (us) wrote: Quite the dramatic movie. I didn't expect it to be that dramatic, going into it- but it was pretty crazy. I liked it- it was a fun film.

Stacey O (ru) wrote: Cute Christmas rom-com

Keith T (br) wrote: I was already thinking this was a lower budget version of Pirates of the Caribbean set on land when MacKenzie Crook also turned up.

The Movie G (ag) wrote: Funny and stupid at the same time, but still is funny and good