Hopkins explores horrors of dementia in 'The Father'
Hopkins explores horrors of dementia in 'The Father'

Los Angeles (AFP) – Convincing movie legend Anthony Hopkins to star in your first-ever film is a tall order for any director.But Florian Zeller — the acclaimed French writer, adapting his own play “The Father” for the big screen —  was so determined, he even changed his main character’s name and birthdate to those of his dream leading man. “I really wrote the script for him. He was the desire and the dream,” Zeller told AFP. “Until someone comes and says it’s not possible, it means that potentially it is possible.”Fortunately the gambit paid off, with the “Silence of the Lambs” actor signing…

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