THE WAY FORWARD
Seven strangers, nothing in common, except unforgiving hearts towards their fathers.
Inspired by the style of Sidney Lumet's "12 Angry Men” and by John Hughes’s “The Breakfast Club”
Audiences across Europe and North America, have been enjoying this unique work of art.
Find out for yourself why this Award-Winning film is so special and have been a catalyst at reconciling many broken relationships. Request a private screener before it goes public in the very near future.
"powerful movie... the ending has a big pay off”
- Bob Hawk, (Film Critic)
"The Way Forward" is an experimental feature film about fatherhood and forgiveness,
that is inspired by true events.
The plot develops around Dr. Koval (Yury Tsykun of Ethan Coen, Joel Coen's"Burn After Reading") a Russian psychiatrist who invites seven strangers to his dining room and challenges them to forgive their fathers. Dr. Koval is conducting a research for his latest book, "The Way Forward”.
“I decided to call my father.
We haven't talked in 20 years”
- Maria Z., (Moviegoer)
“every father needs to watch this”
- Anthony R., (Moviegoer)
"I cried throughout most of the movie"
- Theresa H., (Moviegoer)