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Writer Léo Shepherd lives in rural France together with his daughter Virginia, who manages his affairs. One day Virginia gets a call from the Swedish Academy. Léo has won the Nobel Prize for Literature. His estranged son Paul tries desperately to contact him, but is denied every time by his sister. When Léo starts traveling to the ceremony in Stockholm by motor bike, Paul decides to follow him and try to speak to him. Clearly Léo doesn't want to be followed, starts speeding and gets involved in a accident, but isn't badly hurt. The police confuse another motorist for Shepherd and announce his death. Paul, driven by his childhood experiences, decides to kidnap his father.
this plays like therapy and we are disincluded - entirely unlikely scenario of son entrapping his father to find forgiveness - made tragic by the son's early death ..Published 20 months ago by Leslie Gardner
Both the Amazon ad and the DVD container list the film's running time as 103 minutes (which agrees with the IMDB web site). Read morePublished on March 12, 2013 by Thomas T. Butler
Again I bought this DVD due to having Gerard Depardieu in it and especially his son Guillaume. Still the story line seemed crazy. It is just different I guess. Read morePublished on February 4, 2013 by Mastercard
This movie offers a hard hitting and very important lesson for men dealing with their fathers.Published on March 10, 2008 by Markus Youssef