Let's say you and your 50-ish dad who's in the throes of a major midlife crisis brought on by loss, in rapid succession, of his job, his parents and his 25-year marriage are taking a six-month trip. Would it occur to you that anybody
other than your closest
friends and immediate family would want to see footage of the two of you bickering and bonding around the world? Amazingly enough, 30-year-old Chris Roe had the presumption to think exactly that, and managed to make a funny, perceptive and seductively engaging movie that, in examining his own
relationship with his dad, also sheds some light on universal truths about the connection between fa...