Synopsis by Olivia Cantor
In this directorial debut of TV actor James D’Arcy, Liam Neeson stars as Robert, a London-based bohemian artist who has been estranged from his adult son, played by Neeson’s real-life son, Micheál Richardson. They travel to Tuscany, Italy, to take care of business left to him by his late wife. He inherits a once-beautiful villa, only to see it in a sorry state of disrepair. What turns out to be an initially quick trip becomes an extended stay as father and son try to repair the house, and in the process find their own way of trying to repair their strained relationship.
artist, house, Italy, past, relationship