Father is Strange will portray the story of a father who finally reveals his identity after 35 years to his children who are preparing to get married.
Runtime: 65 minutes
Father is Strange - The Strange Thing About the Johnsons - Netflix
The Strange Thing About the Johnsons is a 2011 American short film written and directed by Ari Aster. The film stars Billy Mayo, Brandon Greenhouse, and Angela Bullock as members of a suburban family in which the son is involved in an incestuous relationship with his father.
Father is Strange - Plot - Netflix
A twelve-year-old boy named Isaiah Johnson is masturbating when he is interrupted by his father, an acclaimed poet named Sidney, who apologizes and reassures him that the act is completely natural and to be expected. After he leaves, it is revealed that Isaiah was masturbating to a photograph of Sidney. Years later, at Isaiah's wedding party, his mother Joan sees Isaiah about to perform fellatio on a distressed-looking Sidney. While Joan is in the shower one night, Sidney leaves a typed memoir under her pillow entitled Cocoon Man, which chronicles the molestation he has endured at the hands of his son. Isaiah discovers the memoir and confronts Sidney, telling him that the memoir will be burned and that there will be consequences if another copy is printed. One night, while Sidney is taking a bath, Isaiah forcefully breaks down the locked door to the bathroom and sexually abuses Sidney. Joan hears the struggle but does not intervene. Later, Sidney removes a secret copy of Cocoon Man from the floorboards, which leads to another verbal confrontation with Isaiah. Sidney runs out of the house and is struck by a van and killed. After Sidney's funeral, Joan approaches Isaiah and asks why Sidney cried for hours in the bathroom after Isaiah's prom night, to which Isaiah responds that he does not know the reason. Their conversation escalates into a fight, during which Joan stabs and kills Isaiah with a fire iron. Afterwards, she throws the copy of Cocoon Man into the fireplace.
Father is Strange - References - Netflix