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* DisappearedDad: [[spoiler: Robert sent Jack away to boarding school after his wife/Jack’s mother died in a car accident and he wanted to protect Jack from any reminders of her.]]

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* DisappearedDad: [[spoiler: Robert sent Jack away to boarding school after his wife/Jack’s mother died in a car accident and because he wanted to protect Jack from any reminders of her.]]

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When Jack Foster (Richardson) is approached by his wife Ruth who he is in the process of divorcing, she tells him that her family is selling the gallery that he manages, Jack offers to buy it from them by selling an old family home in Italy that he co-owns with his estranged artist father, Robert (Neeson). The pair travel to Italy to renovate the Villa and begin to reconnect and mend their own relationship.

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When Jack Foster (Richardson) is approached by his wife Ruth who he is in the process of divorcing, she tells him that her family is selling the gallery that he manages, manages. Jack offers to buy it from them by selling an old family home in Italy that he co-owns with his estranged artist father, Robert (Neeson). The pair travel to Italy to renovate the Villa and begin to reconnect and mend their own relationship.


* JustForFun/SurprisinglySimilarStories: This film and Film/LikeFather are both about a character and their estranged father travelling together to a beautiful location (Italy and the Caribbean respectively) and repairing their relationship.

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* JustForFun/SurprisinglySimilarStories: This film and Film/LikeFather are both about a character and their estranged father travelling together to a beautiful location (Italy and the Caribbean respectively) and repairing their relationship.


* JustForFun/SurprisinglySimilarStories: This film and Film/LikeFather are both about a character and their estranged father travelling together to a beautiful location and repairing their relationship.

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* JustForFun/SurprisinglySimilarStories: This film and Film/LikeFather are both about a character and their estranged father travelling together to a beautiful location (Italy and the Caribbean respectively) and repairing their relationship.


''Made in Italy'' is a {{Comedy}}-{{Drama}} Starring Creator/LiamNeeson, his real-life son Micheál Richardson, Valeria Bilello and Lindsey Duncan and directed by James D’Arcy In his feature length Directorial Debut and released in select theatres and Creator/AmazonVideo In 2021.

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''Made in Italy'' is a {{Comedy}}-{{Drama}} Starring Creator/LiamNeeson, his real-life son Micheál Richardson, Valeria Bilello and Lindsey Duncan and directed by James D’Arcy In his feature length Directorial Debut and released in select theatres and on Creator/AmazonVideo In 2021.


''Made in Italy'' is a {{Comedy}}-{{Drama}} Starring Creator/LiamNeeson, his real-life son Micheál Richardson, Valeria Bilello and Lindsey Duncan and directed by James D’Arcy In his feature length Directorial Debut and released in select theatres and on Creator/AmazonVideo In 2021.

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''Made in Italy'' is a {{Comedy}}-{{Drama}} Starring Creator/LiamNeeson, his real-life son Micheál Richardson, Valeria Bilello and Lindsey Duncan and directed by James D’Arcy In his feature length Directorial Debut and released in select theatres and on Creator/AmazonVideo In 2021.


''Made in Italy'' is a {{Comedy}}-{{Drama}} Starring Creator/LiamNeeson, his real-life son Micheál Richardson, Valeria Bilello and Lindsey Duncan and directed by James D’Arcy In his feature length Directorial Debut and released in select theatres and on Video-on-Demand In 2021.

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''Made in Italy'' is a {{Comedy}}-{{Drama}} Starring Creator/LiamNeeson, his real-life son Micheál Richardson, Valeria Bilello and Lindsey Duncan and directed by James D’Arcy In his feature length Directorial Debut and released in select theatres and on Video-on-Demand Creator/AmazonVideo In 2021.


* JustForFun/SurprisinglySimilarStories: The plot’s of Made in Italy and Film/LikeFather are both about a character and their estranged father travelling together to a beautiful location and repairing their relationship.

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* JustForFun/SurprisinglySimilarStories: The plot’s of Made in Italy This film and Film/LikeFather are both about a character and their estranged father travelling together to a beautiful location and repairing their relationship.


* JustForFun/SurprisinglySimilarStories: The film’s plot has a lot of similarities to the plot of Film/LikeFather, both are about a character and their estranged father travelling together to a beautiful location and repairing their relationship.

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* JustForFun/SurprisinglySimilarStories: The film’s plot has a lot plot’s of similarities to the plot of Film/LikeFather, Made in Italy and Film/LikeFather are both are about a character and their estranged father travelling together to a beautiful location and repairing their relationship.


When Jack Foster (Richardson) is approached by his wife Ruth who he is in the process of divorcing, she tells him that her family is selling the gallery that he manages, Jack offers to buy it from them by selling an old family home in Italy that he co-owns with his estranged artist father, Robert (Neeson). The pair travel to Italy to renovate the Villa and begin to mend their own relationship.

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When Jack Foster (Richardson) is approached by his wife Ruth who he is in the process of divorcing, she tells him that her family is selling the gallery that he manages, Jack offers to buy it from them by selling an old family home in Italy that he co-owns with his estranged artist father, Robert (Neeson). The pair travel to Italy to renovate the Villa and begin to reconnect and mend their own relationship.

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