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The hottest comic in America, Sebastian Maniscalco joins forces with legendary Italian-American and two-time Oscar® winner, Robert De Niro (Best Actor, Raging Bull, 1980), in the new comedy ABOUT MY FATHER. The film centers around Sebastian (Maniscalco) who is encouraged by his fiancée (Leslie Bibb) to bring his immigrant, hairdresser father, Salvo (De Niro), to a weekend get-together with her super-rich and exceedingly eccentric family (Kim Cattrall, Anders Holm, Brett Dier, David Rasche). The weekend develops into what can only be described as a culture clash, leaving Sebastian and Salvo to discover that the great thing about family is everything about family.


  • Sebastian Maniscalco
  • Robert De Niro
  • Leslie Bibb
  • Kim Cattrall
  • David Rasche
  • Anders Holm
  • Brett Dier
  • Deborah Tucker

Atom User Reviews

3.9 out of 5
Verified Review

I really loved this movie! Runtime was about 90 minutes but it was a well-paced film and the jokes were really good!! Great to see Di Niro and the cast have fun with it :) I give it a solid 9/10 please support these small indie films!!

Mbappe F
Verified Review

I thought he was going to be more like himself, being a comedian, rather than a hotelier, and her parents like his wife; Jewish and in California.

Zarifa M


May 30, 2023

Director Laura Terruso overlooks several comedic opportunities in About My Father. It’s as though she’s working from a script that’s been edited by someone who got the situations but not the jokes.

Thom Ernst
May 30, 2023

This is sit-com level material and, as such, there’s not much new or interesting that De Niro can bring to the proceedings.

Metacritic review by James Berardinelli
James Berardinelli
May 25, 2023

It opts for too many broad, clunky or far-fetched beats to move the story and its requisite emotional needs forward, rather than weave a more organic, effectively lived-in and, yes, genuinely funny tale.

Metacritic review by Gary Goldstein
Gary Goldstein
Los Angeles Times