Sometimes one character steals the show.
In "Young Americans," that character is Joe. Danny Bernardo plays the character at different ages, but he is most effective--and affecting--when he's "Dad-Age". This character is an Every-Dad, the boundless, goofy enthusiasm for the perfect trip, the micro-managing to ensure everything goes off without a hitch. The blindness to the irritation these things cause.
He's my my Dad, he's almost certainly yours.
He is worth the price of admission alone. It's worth still more to suddenly realize you're not alone in dealing with dad-ness.
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