Movie dads teach us important lessons about fatherhood

It doesn't even matter if they're evil or animated

09 June 2019 - 00:00 By

Marlin is a widower who loses his wife and 400 of his children in a vicious attack. Naturally, he becomes a little overprotective of his only surviving child. Some might call him neurotic, but who can blame him? So when that slightly rebellious, marginally unruly child goes missing Marlin will do absolutely anything to get him back.

There are important lessons to be leaned about fatherhood in the animated film Finding Nemo, like: be ready to do anything for your child, but don't hold them back from living their own life...

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