I’m a young guy who left home for Wales to go to university. It was a weird experience for me; having to wash my own clothes, bleed my own radiator and put a curb on my own gluttony. It’s a life experience that, whilst common place, is really something that you can’t fully prepare for. I managed it in the end, but I don’t really know how my family across the Welsh/English border got on without me. Parents, written and directed by Christian Tafdrup, sheds light on the other side of the . . .

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Rhys Johnson

Broadcasting, Screen Studies and Journalism student, avid fan of the Chili Peppers and polyglot in training