DA is the heart-tugging, autobiographical story of a father-son reunion that takes place beyond the grave. After his 83-year-old father dies, Charlie (Martin Sheen)--a middle-aged, Irish-American playwright with a play about to open on Broadway--returns to the Irish coastal village of
his youth to attend his father's funeral. As Charlie sits alone in his family's humble home and sorts through Da's belongings, he is visited by his father (Barnard Hughes)--more corporeal than ghostly, the invention of the grieving son's conscience. Charlie gives himself over to his imagination,
exploring his love-hate relationship with his father, reminiscing with the man as he cross...