The Father (2020 film)

The Father
The Father 2020 poster.jpg
Theatrical release poster
Directed byFlorian Zeller
Produced by
  • David Parfitt
  • Jean-Louis Livi
  • Philippe Carcassonne
  • Christophe Spadone
  • Simon Friend
Screenplay by
Based onLe Père
by Florian Zeller
Starring
Music byLudovico Einaudi
CinematographyBen Smithard
Edited byYorgos Lamprinos
Production
companies
Distributed by
Release date
  • 27 January 2020 (2020-01-27) (Sundance)
  • 7 April 2021 (2021-04-07) (France)
  • 11 June 2021 (2021-06-11) (United Kingdom)
Running time
97 minutes[2]
Countries
  • France
  • United Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
Budget$6 million[3]
Box office$6.6 million[1]

The Father is a 2020 drama film co-written and directed by Florian Zeller, in his directorial debut, based on his 2012 play Le Père. A French-British co-production, the film stars Anthony Hopkins, Olivia Colman, Mark Gatiss, Imogen Poots, Rufus Sewell, and Olivia Williams, and follows an aging man who must deal with his progressing memory loss.

The Father had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on 27 January 2020, and will be released in the United Kingdom on 11 June 2021 by Lionsgate. The film was acclaimed by critics, who lauded the performances of Hopkins and Colman, as well as the production values and its portrayal of dementia. At the 93rd Academy Awards, Hopkins won Best Actor and Zeller and Hampton won Best Adapted Screenplay; the film received six nominations in total, including Best Picture and Best Supporting Actress (Colman).[4] At the 78th Golden Globe Awards, the film received four nominations, including Best Motion Picture – Drama, and it received six nominations at the 74th British Academy Film Awards, winning Best Actor (Hopkins) and Best Adapted Screenplay. In addition, Hopkins and Colman were nominated for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress respectively at the 27th Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Plot

Anne visits her father Anthony in his flat after he becomes belligerent with his recent caretaker. He has dementia and constantly forgets important life events and where things are around his flat, including his watch, despite the fact that he places it in the same place every day. He tells Anne he thought his recent caretaker stole his watch and that he will never move out of his flat. She tells Anthony she is leaving London to move to Paris to be with a man, which confuses Anthony since he doesn't recall any men in her life since the end of her marriage to James. Anne tells Anthony that if he keeps refusing to have a carer, she will have to move him into a nursing home, and then she leaves.

The next day, Anthony sees an unknown man, Paul, and is confused by him living in his flat. Paul states that Anthony lives with him and Anne. Anne returns from the market with chicken for dinner and appears as a different woman. This confuses Anthony to the point of frustration. Anne schedules for a new caretaker interview in his house, Laura, in which Anthony claims he was a professional dancer and that he doesn't need any living assistance. Anthony later says she reminds him of his other daughter Lucy, whom he hasn't talked to for months for reasons he is unaware of.

Anthony is taken to a doctor by Anne and is asked about his memory; he claims he has no memory problems. Anthony tells his caretaker Laura how proud he is of his daughter Lucy, a painter. She then tells him she is very sorry about Lucy's accident, to which Anthony says he's unaware what she's referring to. Dropping the subject she moves on, giving him his medication. Over the course of the film, it is revealed that Anthony has really been living in Anne and Paul's flat for years, but believes he still lives in his own flat. The night Anne comes back with the chicken from the market, she and Paul have an argument over a cancelled holiday to Italy due to Anthony's earlier belligerent behavior to the caretaker, and about all she sacrifices for her father. Paul asks Anthony how long he plans to stay in their flat and annoy everyone, and slaps Anthony to the point of crying.

Anthony wakes up in his room and walks out of the flat, only to find himself in a hospital hallway. He remembers his daughter Lucy died in a car accident at the hospital. He sees her bloody body in the hospital room then wakes up in a completely different bedroom, now in a nursing home. His nurse, Catherine, checks in on him and informs him Anne has moved to Paris with Paul and visits on occasional weekends. Another nurse, Bill, also visits during their interaction. Anthony has an emotional breakdown over his inability to understand the world anymore and Anne's disappearance and states he wants his mother and proclaims that he is "losing his leaves". Catherine comforts him as he cries and tells him she'll take him outside to the park later that day.

The film ends with a shot of leaves on a tree.

Cast

Production

It was announced in May 2019 that Florian Zeller was to direct a screenplay with Christopher Hampton based on his play. Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman were cast in the film. Olivia Williams, Rufus Sewell, Imogen Poots and Mark Gatiss joined later that month, with filming beginning on 13 May.[5] Filming locations included West London Film Studios, and Hayes, Hillingdon.[6][7]

Release

The Father had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on 27 January 2020.[8] Prior to this, Sony Pictures Classics and Lionsgate acquired U.S. and U.K. distribution rights to the film, respectively.[9][10] It also screened at the Toronto International Film Festival on 14 September 2020[11] and at the AFI Fest in October 2020.[12]

The film is scheduled to be released in India on 23 April 2021 and in the United Kingdom on 11 June 2021,[13] delayed from earlier release dates of 8 January and 12 March in response to lockdowns as result of a second-wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.[14] In the United States, the film began a limited release in New York City and Los Angeles on 26 February, before expanding on 12 March and then being available on premium video on demand starting 26 March,[15] after originally being scheduled to be released on 18 December 2020.[16]

Reception

Box office

As of 2 May 2021, The Father has grossed $1.9 million in the United States and Canada, and $4.7 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $6.6 million.[1]

In the film's opening weekend in the United States, the film made $433,611 from 865 theaters, finishing eighth at the box office.[17] The weekend following its six Oscar nominations, the film made $355,000 from 937 theaters.[18] Following its two Oscar wins, the film made $147,000 from 713 theaters, for a running total of $1.9 million.[19]

In Spain the film made $171,901 in its opening weekend from 156 theaters, then $160,378 its second and $54,901 in its third.[20]

Critical response

Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports that 98% of 222 critic reviews were positive, with an average rating of 8.6/10. The website's critics consensus reads: "Led by stellar performances and artfully helmed by writer-director Florian Zeller, The Father presents a devastatingly empathetic portrayal of dementia."[21] According to Metacritic, which assigned it a weighted average score of 87 out of 100 based on 45 critics, indicating "universal acclaim".[22] According to PostTrak, 84% of audience members gave the film a positive score, with 54% saying they would definitely recommend it.[17]

The performances of Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman garnered critical acclaim and they both received Academy Award nominations: for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actress respectively, with Hopkins winning.

Writing for Variety, Owen Gleiberman said "The Father does something that few movies about mental deterioration in old age have brought off in quite this way, or this fully. It places us in the mind of someone losing his mind — and it does so by revealing that mind to be a place of seemingly rational and coherent experience."[23] For The Guardian, Benjamin Lee wrote of Hopkins' performance: "It's astounding, heartbreaking work, watching him try to rationally explain to himself and those around him what he's experiencing. In some of the film's most quietly upsetting moments, his world has shifted yet again but he remains silent, knowing that any attempt to question what he's woken up to will only fall on deaf ears. Hopkins runs the full gamut from fury to outrage to upset and never once does it feel like a constructed character bit, despite our association with him as an actor with a storied career."[24]

Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter wrote: "The best film about the wages of aging since Amour eight years ago, The Father takes a bracingly insightful, subtle and nuanced look at encroaching dementia and the toll it takes on those in close proximity to the afflicted. Fronted by a stupendous performance from Anthony Hopkins as a proud [man] in denial of his condition, this penetrating work marks an outstanding directorial debut by the play's French author Florian Zeller."[25]

Writing for Indiewire, David Ehrlich said: "Zeller adapts his award-winning play of the same name with steely vision and remarkable confidence, as the writer-director makes use of the camera like he’s been standing behind one for his entire life. (...) In Zeller’s hands, what appears to be a conventional-seeming portrait of an unmoored old man as he rages against his daughter and caretaker slowly reveals itself to be the brilliant study of a mind at sea, and of the indescribable pain of watching someone drown."[26]

Writing for The New York Times, Jeannette Catsoulis said The Father is "stupendously effective and profoundly upsetting" and described it as a "majestic depiction of things falling away".[27] The Guardian's Anne Billson ranked Hopkins' performance in the film as the best in his career.[28]

Selections

Accolades

Award Category Recipient Result Ref.
AACTA International Awards
(10th)
Best International Actor Anthony Hopkins Nominated [34]
Best International Supporting Actress Olivia Colman Won
Best International Screenplay Florian Zeller and Christopher Hampton Nominated
Best International Film Florian Zeller Nominated
AARP's Movies for Grownups Awards Best Actor Anthony Hopkins Won [35]
Academy Awards Best Picture David Parfitt, Jean-Louis Livi and Philippe Carcassonne Nominated [36]
Best Actor Anthony Hopkins Won
Best Supporting Actress Olivia Colman Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Florian Zeller and Christopher Hampton Won
Best Film Editing Yorgos Lamprinos Nominated
Best Production Design Peter Francis and Cathy Featherstone Nominated
Austin Film Critics Association Awards Best Actor Anthony Hopkins Nominated [37]
Best Supportive Actress Olivia Colman Nominated
Best Screenplay Florian Zeller and Christopher Hampton Nominated
Best Editing Yorgos Lamprinos Nominated
British Academy Film Awards Best Film Philippe Carcassonne, Jean-Louis Livi and David Parfitt Nominated [38]
Best British Film Florian Zeller, Philippe Carcassone, Jean-Louis Livi, David Parfitt and Christopher Hampton Nominated
Best Actor in a Leading Role Anthony Hopkins Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Florian Zeller and Christopher Hampton Won
Best Editing Yorgos Lamprinos Nominated
Best Production Design Peter Francis Nominated
British Independent Film Awards Best Independent British Film Nominated [39]
Best Director Florian Zeller Nominated
Best Actor Anthony Hopkins Won
Best Screenplay Florian Zeller and Christopher Hampton Won
Best Editing Yorgos Lamprinos Won
Best Production Design Peter Francis Nominated
Boston Society of Film Critics Awards Best New Filmmaker Florian Zeller Won [40]
Best Actor Anthony Hopkins Won
Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival Audience Choice Award Won [41]
Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Best Actor Anthony Hopkins Nominated [42]
Best Screenplay Florian Zeller and Christopher Hampton Nominated
Critics' Choice Movie Awards Best Actor Anthony Hopkins Nominated [43]
Best Supporting Actress Olivia Colman Nominated
Best Screenplay Florian Zeller and Christopher Hampton Nominated
Best Editing Yorgos Lamprinos Nominated
Directors Guild of America Awards Outstanding Directorial – First-Time Feature Film Florian Zeller Nominated [44]
Florida Film Critics Circle Awards Best Director Nominated [45]
Best First Film Nominated
Best Actor Anthony Hopkins Won
Best Adapted Screenplay Florian Zeller and Christopher Hampton Nominated
Georgia Film Critics Association Awards Best Film Nominated [46]
Best Actor Anthony Hopkins Nominated
Best Supportive Actress Olivia Colman Nominated
Best Screenplay Florian Zeller and Christopher Hampton Nominated
Golden Globe Awards Best Motion Picture – Drama Nominated [47] [48]
Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama Anthony Hopkins Nominated
Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture Olivia Colman Nominated
Best Screenplay Florian Zeller and Christopher Hampton Nominated
Goya Awards (Spain) Best European Film Florian Zeller Won [49]
Hollywood Critics Association Awards Best Film Nominated [50]
Best Actor Anthony Hopkins Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Olivia Colman Nominated
Best Screenplay Florian Zeller and Christopher Hampton Nominated
Best Editing Yorgos Lamprinos Nominated
Houston Film Critics Society Awards Best Picture Nominated [51]
Best Actor Anthony Hopkins Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Olivia Colman Nominated
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Best Editing Yorgos Lamprinos Won [52]
London Critics Circle Film Awards Best British Film Nominated [53]
Best Actor Anthony Hopkins Nominated
Best British Actor Nominated
Premios CEC (Spain) Best Foreign Film Florian Zeller Nominated [54]
San Diego Film Critics Society Awards Best Director Nominated [55]
Best Actor Anthony Hopkins Nominated
Best Screenplay Florian Zeller and Christopher Hampton Won
San Francisco Film Critics Circle Awards Best Actor Anthony Hopkins Nominated [56]
Best Supporting Actress Olivia Colman Nominated
Best Editing Yorgos Lamprinos Nominated
San Sebastián International Film Festival Audience Award Won [57]
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role Anthony Hopkins Nominated [58]
Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role Olivia Colman Nominated
Satellite Awards Best Film Nominated [59]
Best Director Florian Zeller Nominated
Best Actor Anthony Hopkins Nominated
Best Supporting Actress Olivia Colman Nominated
Best Adapted Screenplay Florian Zeller and Christopher Hampton Won
Best Editing Yorgos Lamprinos Nominated
Telluride Film Festival Silver Medallion Award Anthony Hopkins Won
Toronto International Film Festival Tribute Award Won [60]
Audience Award Nominated [61]
Zurich Film Festival Golden Eyes Award Olivia Colman Won [62]

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