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Just to Call You Dad| 15mins
Director: Patricia Delso Lucas | Producer: Patricia Delso Lucas, Natalia Rodríguez Domínguez
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: Spain
Subject Tags: conflict, europe, healing, relationships
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
I don't know my father. The only things I've got from him are: a photograph, a newspaper article, a caricature, some love letters that he wrote to my mother when she was pregnant, and a music cassette. I only know that he is British and a piano player. This is the story of my personal journey to find him, to understand that part of who I am. Inspired by autobiographical stories, video diaries and personal films, Just to Call You Dad is an exploration of self-identity, family and roots through the search of my unknown father; a British piano player who met my mother in the sunny coast of Spain, where he lived in the late 70s. Led by a diffuse collage of memories and hopes, the unanswered questions left by the last letters he wrote, and the unresolved conversations with my mother, the film takes us into a journey of continuous discoveries, where moments of reality and inner exploration merge with sensuous visuals and honest words.

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