Taking Father Home
Bei yazi de nanhai

Taking Father Home - Bei yazi de nanhai
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gary

This is the worst foreign film i have ever seen

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andrew

Boy goes on search for his fabled father, boy grows up along the way and reacts very badly to what he finds. The Bleakness of Chinese life plays a major role in this eye opening film.

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