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Theo (Sam Fordham) is on a quest. He finds among his late mother's belongings a Super-8 film, in which his dad looks really happy - and a little in love (maybe a lot)... but not with Theo's mother. Theo never really knew his dad and now that his mom is also gone, he's intrigued to find out who else there was in his father's life. His quest leads him into the past, and to Switzerland, high up into a remote Alpine valley. There he finds George (Sebastian Michael) who has been living as a recluse for a decade. For George, Theo's dad was the love of his life. As the two men meet and get increasingly close to one another, slowly their lives start to make sense.

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  • Director: Sebastian Michael
  • Writer: Sebastian Michael
  • Length: 1 hrs. 52 mins.
  • Rating: NR
  • Released: Sep 25 2015
  • Production Year: 2012
  • TLA SKU: 1756399

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Review by Robert O'Neill

By: Robert O'Neill
In-House Review - Aug 20 2013
The somber, but hopeful and ultimately uplifting tale of a young man in search of a father figure, The Hour of Living is a positively gorgeous meditation on relationships, familial ties and the power of simple human connection.

When his ... Read More

Review by Wonderboy

By: Wonderboy
Smart, Funny, Piercingly Poignant. Well worth your while.

Review by Amos Lassen

By: Amos Lassen
When Theo's mother dies after a long illness, he goes looking for his father. He found, among his mother's belongings, some film that shows his dad as a young man. His father looks happy in the shots. However, his mother could not have been the photo... Read More

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