Da (5/8)

Parents do a lot for us that we usually take for granted. Da is a story of a writer who returns to his childhood home in Ireland and meets ghosts of his parents and has flashbacks to times with people he grew up with that he grew up with, including his two father figures: his adoptive father Da (Irish slang for father) and his cynical civil servant Drumm. We get reminded that parents can do bad things, but their presence will always be a part of your life.

What do you think?

Written by Luc Jones

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