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The first “man to man conversation” between a father and son is as beautiful as it is terrifying. For an estranged father/son relationship, sometimes it never happens. INFIEL lives in this tension and familial limbo within its characters, inviting for a grounded, yet fantastical depiction of what the inevitable “man to man conversation” between lasting imperfections of a father and son can look like. As both of them power through the pain and awkwardness of unearthing such a conversation, a glimpse of the past and future behind their stories erupt, resolving this momentary trial with simplicity and raw, unconditional love.

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