A Thousand Years of Good Prayers

A father, I think, no..no,.. I believe will do a good prayer and eventually not in the way children want to be instead a generation gap

A father ( used to be a rocket scientist) came to his daughter’s house to see her after her paintfull divorce. This father and daughter don’t talk much. They don’t do prep talk. They only talk if it’s important. And surprisingly, The father can talk and make friendship with her daughter’s neighbour, An Iranian woman rather than his daughter.

By time, the father knew why his daughter got divorced. A secret that made him paint full and felt he didn’t raise his daughter very well. (not only him, me too, I am shocked when find out the reason wakakaka,..gile benar ….).

And, the daughter at last, revealed why she can’t close to her father. She said a secret that everybody has known except him. The final scene told that father told his daughter why he stop being a rocket scientist…at that moment I know how the daughter felt so guilty for misunderstanding her father.

This is a movie about us because I know everybody has father. It’s a very interesting movie. The father is played very genuine, smart, worry,and humble. Good job from Henry O. And the dialogues are so touchy and sometime made me smile with the way father and daughter talk…hahaha…funny moment and indeed smart. There are two affecting moments : 1. When the father told his daughter why she named Yilan (smart and eventually make sense). 2. When the father went to park to see his Iranian friend and find out that the woman will never be able come to see him again.

Its need a thousand years of Good prayers to share your feeling for someone (you thought) you loved much. A father, I think, no..no,.. I believe will do a good prayer and eventually not in the way children want to be instead a generation gap.

My rate is 8.00

 

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