A self-consciously theatrical two-hander, wondering (in a weirdly Freudian style) if the parent-child relationship can be kept sacred from all the otherwise omnipresent troubles/urges/complications between people. And a human suggestion that maybe predicating life on a lie isn't always a bad idea.
Polish legend Janusz Gajos (Three Colors: White, Interrogation) is movingly understated in his role as a conflicted father accepting but unresponsive to his mixed feelings for the daughter that never truly was. A scintillating look at an unusual father-daughter relationship and what it reveals about platonic love. 88/100 - Excellent. (4.5)