Art Belongs to Daddy! On-Air Review of ‘The Father’

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CHICAGO – Patrick McDonald of appears on “The Morning Mess” with Scott Thompson on WBGR-FM (Monroe, Wisconsin) on March 11th, 2021, reviewing the new film “The Father,” in theaters on March 12th and available through Video-On-Demand March 26th.

Sir Anthony Hopkins is the title character of “The Father,” as he portrays Anthony, an old man who definitely needs some care giving from his daughter Anne (Olivia Coleman) because he is having trouble grasping his surroundings. As his condition worsens, the elements regarding his care becomes more difficult, both in his cooperation and interaction with his caregivers.

The Father
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Patrick McDonald of reviewed “The Father” during the Morning Mess with Scott Thompson on WBGR-FM, Monroe, Wisconsin, March 11th, 2021 …

“The Father” opens in theaters March 12th, and through Video-On-Demand March 26th. Featuring Anthony Hopkins, Olivia Coleman, Mark Gatiss, Olivia Williams and Imogen Poots. Screenplay adapted by Florian Zeller and Christopher Hampton. Directed by Florian Zeller. Rated “PG-13” senior staff writer Patrick McDonald

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