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  • Genres : Crime, Drama, Thriller
  • Languages : English
  • Year of production : 2004
  • Cinema release date : 07/10/2004
  • Duration : 2h08'
  • Budget : $7,000,000
  • Incomes : $1,600,000

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  • Um Refúgio no Passado

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In My Father's Den (2004)

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When his father dies, Paul Prior , a disillusioned and battle-weary war photographer, decides to return home to an isolated town in the South Island of New Zealand. His brother Andrew , a local ostrich farmer, is caught off-guard by Paul's sudden reappearance after 17 years away. Worlds apart, they barely recognise each other. Andrew, a pious man, pressures Paul into staying to help sort out the sale of their father's cottage and the adjoining orchard. Andrew is married to the highly religious Penny .

Reluctantly revisiting the dilapidated family property, he discovers the old den tucked away in the equipment shed. It belonged to his orchardist father Jeff who, away from his puritanical wife Iris , had secretly harboured a love of wine, literature and free-thinking philosophy. When Paul as a child had accidentally stumbled upon this wondrous booklined universe he had been included in his father's secret, promising never to tell anyone about it.

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