This movie is so dark and gritty yet realistic. It was also the movie that I first noticed Riz's amazing talents as an actor. It is uncompromising in it's vision. Unfortunately it was underrated compared to the attention it should have gotten.
Beautiful and emotional. This film shows how someone can get alzheimer's but it shows it from the father's perspective. Anthony Hopkins deserves the Oscar he got for this!
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