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Nostalgia for the adult generation

Review of Not Like Dad
by SoverniX
Posted on March 30th, 2021
Neutral 6
Overall Rating

We decided to see this picture with my mother. The impressions were ambivalent. The plot is interesting, but the game of the actors leaves much to be desired. Adult actors (with the exception of Vladimir Vdovichenkov). The wife, for example, contradicts herself in many scenes. And the grown-up son, already a father of two children, looks more like a tired, soft-bodied teenager. The film, in my opinion, lacked emotion, and most importantly, the study of the characters. The memories turned out to be crumpled, as if the film was edited "on my knees". And the ending was unexpectedly boring, I would even say unnatural.

When we watched the announcements and trailers, we expected a completely different level. Alas, the expectations were not met. But if we talk about the plot, then this film incarnation at least deserves attention. The film will be especially interesting for viewers over 35, because many references and jokes will not be understood by everyone who was born after the era of the 90s. For me, the film "Dad" is more of a drama and a tragedy, because if you remove all the nostalgia, in the dry balance we will get a comparison of two different worlds. The world of the early 90s, when people in Russia survived. And the current world, when people often do not appreciate what they have...


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