The Father. Backed up by the always-wonderful Olivia Colman in a quietly heartbreaking role as his daughter Anne, the movie's genius lies in how it truly puts you in the point-of-view of a person living with dementia.
There are subtle background set changes throughout, with characters showing up played by different actors and events don't always seem to flow chronologically, with moments repeated and seen from different viewpoints.
At times, The Father fills you with a sense of unease that even the best horrors can't match, and it just adds to the emotional impact of the movie.
This is not a movie for an easy Friday night watch, it's tough and devastating and will linger with you long after the credits have rolled.Read more on msn.com