THE INVISIBLE FATHER – Review by Joan Amenn

The Invisible Father is a wistful and warm look back by director Therese Heliczer on the life of a father she never knew. He was Piero Heliczer, one of the creative forces behind the underground cinema movement that ignited New York and inspired musicians like the Velvet Underground in the 1960’s. Previously, he was a beat poet alongside the likes of Allen Ginsberg. However, Piero is all but forgotten now and Therese has made it her mission to help correct that with this film.

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