I, Father – Mark Norfolk, UK, 2018, 90’42”

A young man grieving over the recent death of his father struggles to deal with the growing relationship between his mother and his uncle. But then one day his father appears before him and his psychological state is thrown into turmoil. Eventually, at his father’s urging, he decides to confront his father’s brother at the engagement party thrown for his mother, setting off a chain of events that ultimately forces him to embrace the true nature of love, honor and duty.