Weird dads are the best dads

Of all the hackneyed representations of “Dads” in film, none rings more true than the “weird Dad.”

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WEIRD DADS

Weird Dads Are the Best Dads

Of all the hackneyed representations of “Dads” in film, none rings more true than the “weird Dad.” Perhaps the notion arrived in tow with our other absurd father fascinations of late – #DadJokes and #DadBods, anyone? This Father’s Day, we take a look at some of the strangest Dads to come through Sundance.

THE WOLFPACK

The Stranger-Than-Fiction Lives of The Wolfpack Brothers

The Wolfpack tracks the lives of seven magnetic children raised on welfare on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Forbidden from leaving the premises of their unkempt apartment, they create their own world using the power of cinema.

ME AND EARL AND THE DYING GIRL

Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

“You can keep learning about people after they die,” says director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon. That ethereal theme represents a striking parallel between the director’s own confrontation with loss and his award-winning new film, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl.

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