“The Orphan’sFather” is a story, a dream, a vision. It is an honest stack of imagery abouthope and coping. It is a collection of thoughts and fears and abandonment.What it isn’t, is a straightforward, “classic” read with a clear sequence ofevents lined up to please the brain. Instead, it was written to be felt, seenand lived. Leo Brown is a lonely, middle-aged man who tries to survive byescaping into the past, and by seeking approval from the ones who oncemattered; but after all, he is just a man, like millions of his kind: awrinkled, faded, red balloon, that was left to shrink in a corner of hisyouth.
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