- Actors: Matthew Macfadyen, Miranda Otto, Emily Barclay, Colin Moy, Jimmy Keen
- Directors: Brad McGann
- Writers: Brad McGann, Maurice Gee
- Producers: Dixie Linder, James Mitchell, Jim Reeve, Paul Mitchell, Paul Trijbits
- Format: PAL
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Studio: Studiocanal
- DVD Release Date: 2 Oct. 2005
- Run Time: 125 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 53 customer reviews
- ASIN: B000AND8MO
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 25,880 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
In My Father's Den 
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Matthew MacFadyen stars in this tense drama, based on the novel by Maurice Gee. Paul Prior (MacFadyen) is an internationally respected war photographer who returns to his small New Zealand home town after the death of his father. His estranged brother Andrew (Colin Moy) is shocked to see him, and despite their differences, Paul agrees to remain behind to help sort out the sale of their father's estate. Looking around the broken-down estate, Paul comes across 16-year-old Celia (Emily Barclay), an aspiring writer. Paul is unaware that Celia is in fact his daughter, from a teenage relationship with local woman Jackie (Jodie Rimmer) and when he takes up a temporary position teaching journalism at the school, he finds that Celia is one of his pupils. Despite the disapproval of Jackie and Andrew, and of the community at large, the unwitting pair meet regularly and begin to form a strong emotional bond. When Celia goes missing, suspicion instantly falls on Paul, and as the truth begins to dawn on him, he is forced to confont the family tragedies and betrayals that he ran away from as a youth.
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just one look in his eyes. Particularly in the scene where he tells Celia about his experience as a war reporter in Chechnya, about the little girl's picture he took. But he is moving in every scene. Paul, his character, is lonely, hurt, withdrawn. And when, at last, he thinks he has found someone
like him, with whom he can lower his guard, his fate, his past, catch him in the cruelest way.
A gripping thriller, with dark family secrets, in the splendid landscapes of New Zealand. All the actors are perfect. Beautiful music too : Patty Smith (very present in the story), Mazzy Star, Dame Kiri Te Kanawa,...(How is it that there is no CD of the soundtrack of this film ?!)
It leaves me with stunned, with a feeling of heartbreaking beauty. Unforgettable !
An absolutely must-see movie !
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