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Rialto Movie Of The Week: In My Father's Den

RIALTO MOVIE OF THE WEEK
In My Father's Den


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A disillusioned war journalist’s return home is blighted when he becomes implicated in the mysterious disappearance of a teenage girl he has befriended. Based on the book In My Father's Den by Maurice Gee.

Rating: R16 - Violence, Sexual Violence, Drug Use, Offensive Language & Sex Scenes, 126 mins
Genre: Drama
Actors: Matthew Macfadyen
Release Date: 07-10-2004
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