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Matthew Beard, Jim Broadbent, When Did You Last See Your Father? (5)

Matthew Beard, Jim Broadbent, When Did You Last See Your Father? (5)

Matthew Beard as Young Blake (left) and Jim Broadbent as Arthur Morrison in “When Did You Last See Your Father?”.
Photo credits go to Giles Keyte, copyright goes to Father Features Limited and images are courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics.

Jim Broadbent, Matthew Beard, When Did You Last See Your Father? (6)

Jim Broadbent, Matthew Beard, When Did You Last See Your Father? (6)

Jim Broadbent as Arthur Morrison (left) and Matthew Beard as Young Blake in “When Did You Last See Your Father?”.
Photo credits go to Giles Keyte, copyright goes to Father Features Limited and images are courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics.

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