It is a cold winter’s evening and bitter, irascible divorcee Henry is enjoying a Scotch and some classical music in glorious solitude.
He is soon disturbed however, by the unwelcome appearance of his son, Matthew, bringing with him his new girlfriend, the unappealing punk / Goth, Christine.
Matthew is obviously keen for a reconcilliation with his father, but Henry is quite happy the way things are and sparks soon fly…
But this is just the beginning, for who should appear next but Henry’s ex- wife, Matthew’s mother. Sue!
As the cold night wears on, Henry and Sue can’t help but rake over the ashes of their seemingly dead relationship and to their surprise the faint glow of a new tenderness develops between them.
Before long Henry is facing some important decisions…
Father’s Day is a warm and touching comedy.
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