His Father’s Voice
Release Date: April 19, 2019
Run Time: 1 hour & 45 minutes
Reviewed By: Adam
“A gifted male dancer (Christopher Gurusamy) separated from his musician father (Jeremy Roske) in childhood, must return to him, to be able to dance again.”
Not going to lie, His Father’s Voice isn’t my cup of tea. I really wanted to like this movie, but it started off rough. It took me about 30-45 minutes until I finally started to figure out the time sequences/characters. Until then, I felt lost. Even the acting was a bit sub par. I couldn’t connect with the characters. Whether it was from the sub par acting or the hard to follow (at least for me) story line. The one saving grace of this film was the song and dance. It was absolutely mesmerizing! Hands down, my favorite part. I liked it so much I even looked up the soundtrack so I could find a Spotify channel. The ending was good too. Very predictable, but certainly helped me understand a couple things I was having trouble following. All-in-all, I wouldn’t recommend spending the 1 hour and 45 minutes watching His Father’s Voice. I would, however, recommend finding clips from the song/dance scenes and watching them. I honestly wish the whole movie could have just been that.