A detective fantasy / family drama where a love of words helps a father reconnect with a missing son.


Pam Says:

Alan (Nighy) is a distracted older gentleman whose overt obsession appears to be playing Scrabble, but his true focus is finding his long-lost son, or as the rest of the family calls him, the “Prodigal Son.” It’s a film filled with laughter and, most importantly, love and forgiveness, as this father-son pair search for the meaning in their lives and begin to heal. To read the review in its entirety as published in The Daily Journal, go to https://www.daily-journal.com/life/sometimes-always-never-is-filmmaking-at-its-finest/article_89ecc42e-abef-11ea-a2fc-6b24ca833bae.html

Chuck Says: For my complete review, go to https://www.illinoistimes.com/springfield/nighy-salvages-a-spotty-sometimes/Content?oid=12245602



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