The Father's Love is a story about what love really is. It follows the story of Sarah, a filmmaker living in New York City in pursuit of her dream. She meets Reece at a party and he appears to be all she's ever wanted in a man - charming, handsome, and successful. He seems to care for her and showers her with attention and time. Until Sarah realizes what he's been hiding behind his perfect facade. With a broken heart, she attempts to find what true love really means.
Sharon Kon, the producer, writer, and director, based this on events that happened in her own life. Angela Lin does a fantastic job playing Sarah. I liked the character immediately. She was fun-loving and just wanted to enjoy life. She was also trying to run from a hurtful past that is alluded to throughout the movie and comes full circle at the very end. Erik McKay does a great job playing Reece as well. By the end of the movie, I was ready to kick him, well, I can't say where, but I'm sure you can probably figure it out. Overall the acting was well done and the emotions were portrayed in a very believable way. The movie left me thinking about it long after it was over.
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