DADDY'S GIRL - IRVINE ALLAN (2001)

Daddy's Girl won the Jury Prize at Cannes in 2001. Scotsman Irvine Allan made the drama after more than a decade of working in theatre. Allan originally trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama with a specialisation in directing. His minimalistic approach helped in the making of this simple and bleak story of a father drinking in a pub while his seven year-old daughter waits for him outside. There isn't a huge amount of story, but then that's never been a priority for Cannes jury.




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