On his second film, the director of Letter to a Child goes back to work with the most intimate and profound experiences of childhood. But now he focuses on the father-son relationship from a totally different perspective than in his first film.
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Substandard subtitling, including a few translation and typographical errors and several instances where the subtitles were badly out of synch with the audio, distracted and irritated me but the child and their relationship with their Dad were, I thought, charming and true to life and I enjoyed the film very much indeed.