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The Father’s Love (Film) Review

 
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At A Glance...
 

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Length: 82 minutes
 
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3.5/ 5


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An interesting story that takes several unexpected turns.

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There are some loose threads at the end, and a few scenes that seem stilted and out of place.


Final Fiendish Findings?

Sarah is a strong, confident city woman. She knows what she wants, and she goes right after it. Whether that’s juggling a series of handsome young men, or killing it at the office, she’s having the time of her life.

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Posted June 21, 2015 by

 
Full Fiendish Findings?
 
 

“Sarah was looking for love in all the wrong places. But true love found her.”

Sarah is a strong, confident city woman. She knows what she wants, and she goes right after it. Whether that’s juggling a series of handsome young men, or killing it at the office, she’s having the time of her life. But all of that changes when Sarah meets Reece. Reece is also strong and confident, as well as generous, attentive, and oh so romantic. Suddenly, the idea of spending time with a bunch of other men doesn’t hold appeal. Sarah falls madly in love with Reece, and he definitely seems to return the feelings.

As their relationship continues, Sarah falls deeper and deeper in love with Reece, raving to her best friends and her mother about how very great he is. But even in the bloom of love, when everything should feel perfect, there are glimpses that something isn’t quite right. Reece cancels plans at the last minute, doesn’t always remember to call back, and often leaves Sarah hanging. Though her friends try to bring it up, telling her that things aren’t the way they should be, Sarah is convinced that she has found the love of her life.

Of course, the story doesn’t really go the way Sarah had planned, but she does find true love nonetheless. Though she suffers through a lot of heartbreak and grief, she also examines who she is, and who she would like to be. And part of this soul searching is examining her relationship with her father. After her parent’s divorce when she was a young girl, Sarah pushed her father out of her life. But can she really move on to be the person she wants to be without facing her relationship with her father?

The Father’s Love is an interesting story that often takes you in unexpected directions. As the film begins, you have an idea where you think the story will go, and that idea keeps evolving as life throws Sarah different curveballs. Through it all, there is a thread of love. As her very best friends stand by her through thick and thin, Sarah must learn to love herself before she can understand how much she is worth. It’s a heartwarming drama at some times, a little infuriating at others, but overall it’s a charming and modern story of love and redemption.


Amy

 
U.S. Senior Editor & Deputy EIC, @averyzoe on Twitter, mother of 5, gamer, reader, wife to @macanthony, and all-around bad-ass (no, not really)