5) I Feel Like Disco
In this decidedly endearing movie, aspiring filmmaker Axel Ranisch gives a refreshing take on a working-class father dealing with his son coming out as gay. Filled with humour and pathos both of them struggle with establishing a bond that must fill the enormous void left by the mother’s untimely passing. Tender and touching, it is the oddest wee gem of a movie.
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