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Being a father is not an easy task and this is what is wanted to be reflected in 'Padrazos', a documentary released on June 19, 2020 that shows contemporary fatherhood. This is not a series to use, but it spreads the experience of different parents that will undoubtedly attract a lot of attention because you will know most of them. In this article we analyze all the details of this documentary.

Production

    Director:Bryce Dallas Howard. Executive producers:Ron Howard, Brian Grazer, Michael Rosenberg, Justin Wilkes, Walter Matteson, Bryce Dallas Howard. Production companies:Imagine Documentales, Dove Men + Care, Nine Muses Entertainment. Script:Niceole Levy, George Nolfi, David Lewis Smith, Stan Younger y Brad Caleb Kane. Music:Sami Jano. Edition:Andrew Morreale. Classification:+12. Duration:1 hour and 20 minutes. Distribution channels and platforms:Apple TV+.

Actors

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On this occasion the actors do not represent any character, but tell their own experience as we are going to comment below. They embody themselves in the documentary, and the actors who have participated have been the following:



  • Bryce Dallas Howard.
  • Ron Howard.
  • Judd Apatow.
  • Jimmy Fallon.
  • Neil Patrick Harris.
  • Will Smith.
  • Jimmy Kimmel.
  • Hasan Minhaj |
  • Conan O’Brian.
  • Patton Oswalt.
  • Kenan Thompson.
  • Rance Howard.

Synopsis and review of Padrazos

At the beginning of the documentary, a question is asked of all viewers: what does it mean to be a good father? And the answer is what is given throughout the more than 80 minutes that this documentary lasts. It is about showing the vision of fatherhood in the 21st century by removing all the stereotypes that can be generated. And despite the fact that we are used to actors always playing a role in this type of documentary, in Padrazos they tell their own experience without having a script in front of them to give life to another totally different person.

Currently there are many stereotypes in the field of fatherhood, such as that a man cannot raise a child like a woman, or that two homosexual parents will not be able to grant him the same education as a traditional couple. We all have in mind that parents are only there to be able to teach them to play soccer or give orders without any emotional part. Padrazos shows different parents, both known and anonymous, to show the intimacy of their home. The famous actors who have participated are Will Smith, Conan O'Brien, Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Neil Patrick Harris.

There are many anecdotes that are told in this documentary that make us reflect on paternity. For example, a Japanese father tells how having a son gave his life much more meaning after receiving the news that he was going to be unable to work for life. The fact that a new member in the family is keeping this person busy has possibly made him want to live that much more. In addition to this anonymous story, there are many others, such as the experience of Nil Patrick Harrys, a homosexual actor who adopted a child and is giving him a very good education. Currently there are many problems for this group to adopt due to the stereotypes that have been imposed and we have previously commented, but here it is about ending them at all costs.

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Without a doubt, this documentary makes a lot of sense since very little has been said on television about the role of parents in the family. According to Will Smith, there is no kind of manual to be able to take care of a child and there is no cultural recognition for men who have had a child. It is possible that many families feel identified at this time when watching Padrazos and that is why it is important to see it all together in the room since it has a fairly good rhythm.

It is interesting to see how the director of this documentary has also taken her own family to tell the personal experience. Everything takes place within a comical environment full of jokes and catchphrases but with many nuances of drama as a result of the social repercussion that we have been commenting on previously.

And you, what do you think of Padrazos?