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Taiwan international film festival-TONIGHT-`Ho­w are you dad?

That's a very late notice, but am going to see this film and everyone is most welcome to join!

How Are You, Dad? (2009) Description:

A father can have many different kinds of faces. Which one does your father have? This is a film of ten short stories, and each shows a different relationship between a father and his son. Each story reveals the complexity between fathers and sons. The project is director Chang Tso Chi present as a son to his father, and a gift to everyone who can relate to these stories, either as a child or a parent. Featuring ten stories of ten fathers from all walks of life,《How Are You, Dad?》shines light on this intimate but much unmentioned love. Whether they are dangerous gangsters, poor villagers that could not afford their children’s medical expenses, or a famous celebrities with soaring careers but a broken family, they all share one common role—they are all fathers, and they all love in different ways.

At the end of the film, you may find your deepest memories resonating and converging into a single simple but genuine calling: “How are you, Dad?”

 
Length: 120 minutes
Director: Tso-Chi Chang
Cast: Jack Kao, Fan Chih-Wei, Teresa Ji, Chang Chea

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  • daniel

    I enjoyed the film and the pre and post discussion and meeting everyone. It was a bitter sweet film and I don't think there were too many dry eyes at the end. I guess we all loved our dads.

    July 5, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    Great film - better than I expected. Thought-provoking and interesting insight into Taiwanese culture.

    July 5, 2010

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