Capturing Dad

74 min minutes

A bitter divorcee in Japan sends her daughters on a mission to take a photograph of their long-estranged father. (He is dying and the angry mother wants to laugh in his face.) The teenage girls take a journey into the heart of their paternal relatives who are, of course, not what the girls expected. This film about a death in the family is described as “surprisingly light-hearted.”

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Film Credits
Ryota Nakano
SIFF 2013