Hugh Jackman says starring in The Son changed his approach to parenting
Actor says Florian Zeller’s film made him aware of how important it is to share vulnerabilities as a father – not just be strong and dependable Hugh Jackman says he has changed his approach as a parent since starring in Florian Zeller’s new film The Son, which debuts at Venice on Wednesday. Speaking at a press conference, Jackman said: “I think for many, many years, as a parent the job was to appear strong and dependable and never worried, and I don’t want to burden my child, but certainly since this movie I’ve changed my approach. Continue reading...
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