Writer/director Cristobal Krusen’s previous two films—Final Solution and Sabina K.–focus upon other people facing crises of values and faith, but his newest film—Let Me Have My Son—is a fictionalized story of his own spiritual journey that centers on his son’s descent into mental illness. He takes us on a surrealistic journey of a father visiting …
A surprising and delightful movie. Click the image to read my entire review.
In the Old West a suitor & a fake parson search for a woman who turns out to be far from the damsel in distress the lover had thought her to be.
An elderly black priest in S.A. during the apartheid era searches for his lost son in Johannesburg whom he fears has fallen into a life of crime & is soon linked to a white father whose son has been killed during a beak-in.