Heroes and villains, birds of a feather, oil and water – father and son.
South African Erik de Waal explores the rocky, sometimes exuberant, relationship between two people who share the same blood and often very little else. Add a degenerative disease, some black humour and devastating honesty and you have Daddy’s Boy – a tale that bares the vulnerability behind the mask.
5 STARS “The South African storytelling machine returns with his most affecting tale yet.” – CBC Manitoba
A heartfelt, touching, and at times VERY funny tale of a man coming to terms with his father’s death. Story-telling at its finest. 4.5/5