The Keys to the House

2004, Drama, 1h 50m

26 Reviews 1,000+ Ratings

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Favoring subtlety over cheap sentimentality, The Keys to the House is emotionally honest, compassionate, and a genuine tear-jerker. Read critic reviews

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When his wife dies during childbirth, repairman Gianni (Kim Rossi Stuart) can't accept the responsibility of his newborn son and gives him up. Fifteen years later, he meets his son, Paolo (Andrea Rossi), for the first time on a train to Berlin, and discovers that he's disabled. The meeting is awkward, and Gianni is stunned by the treatment Paolo receives from his German doctors. Eventually, with the help of another parent (Charlotte Rampling), Gianni learns to cope with delayed fatherhood.

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