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And When Did You Last See Your Father?
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And When Did You Last See Your Father?

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The movie expresses the complex, manifold emotional layers of a father-and-son relationship as it shifts and evolves over the passing decades, and particularly, it tells the story of a son's conflicting memories of his dying father.
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October 18, 2008

It's Broadbent's movie, and he really does go from one-foot-in-the-grave to youthful and crackling-with-charisma on a dime. It's not so much that he does it, but that it seems so effortless and non-ostentatious.
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November 06, 2008

A bore of a memoir.
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July 11, 2008

Everything in Water Lilies is more guarded, more complex and far more interesting than it seems.
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October 01, 2008

A small, intimate film with numerous flashbacks like this one is trickier than it looks, but ultimately it touches the heart and proves a worthwhile journey perfectly timed for Father's Day.
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July 04, 2008

A small, beautifully acted piece adapted from the British poet Blake Morrison's memoir.
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August 10, 2014

...a disappointingly by-the-numbers drama that rarely lives up to the effectiveness of its performances.
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October 18, 2008

The winning aspect of this adaptation of a best-selling autobiography is in the director's management of the points of view.
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November 01, 2008

A keen and candid subjective scrutiny of parenting through the eyes of a damaged offspring, but a relentlessly grim, insular perspective that rarely ventures outside those long festering psychological wounds.
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June 29, 2008

What ensures our pleasure is the dialogue, which is supple, and the quality of the acting.
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October 18, 2008

The performances are marvelous, and little moments ring all too true, making Tucker's film rewarding if not illuminating.
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Miami Herald

August 29, 2008

Frustratingly stagnant at times but ultimately a moving story about a dying father and the son who must come to terms with him.
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Seattle Times

June 27, 2008

Strong performances carry this familiar but always intelligent British rites-of-passage story about a philandering doctor and his much-mocked son.
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