Big Fish

The truth can sometimes be more extraordinary

Everyone stretches the truth a little, and in William Bloom's case--he believes that his father has done more than stretch. As he listens to his father recount the absurd, fantastical, and entirely otherworldly facts of his life, William goes on a journey to try to separate facts from fiction. With notes of magical realism, this film depicts the growth of one man's relationship with a father he has always wanted to know. This might appeal to fans of films like Forrest Gump, About Time, and Moonrise Kingdom.