The Independent Critic (3.5/4)
"A Father's Job is a strong narrative debut for Wagner
and one can only hope he continues down this cinematic road."
Indie Shorts Mag (4.9/5)
Film Threat (8/10)
"…Think the final reveal of Usual Suspects, but more poetic and haunting."
"A Father's Job" is not only done well - it's done exceptionally well.
The actual presentation of this film looks and sounds as good
as any of its big-budget counterparts I've seen in recent years,
and the fact that the story itself is a good one definitely doesn't hurt.
A great film relies on all the parts, from pre-production to post, to work well,
and yes, reader, Frank Christian Wagner's flick hits all the right bells.