You Will Be My Son Review

You Will Be My Son
Tensions arise between father (Arestrup) and son (Deutsch) when another man is named the successor to the family wine business.

by David Parkinson |
Published on
Release Date:

07 Dec 2012

Running Time:

101 minutes



Original Title:

You Will Be My Son

Lustrously photographed in a Saint-Émilion vineyard, this classic tale of father-son rivalry tackles complex issues like tradition, legacy, heredity and honour within a darkly brooding drama that’s superbly played by a fine cast led by the compelling Niels Arestrup.

Lustrous photography and a fine cast make this dark drama a compelling one.
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