‘You Will Be My Son’ pits winemaking father against son

By on August 13, 2013
you will be my son is a french film set in Bordeaux.

‘You Will Be My Son’ is a new French language film about a winemaking father who considers turning his back on his son. (Photo courtesy of Cohen Media Group)

You Will Be My SonA new film set in a Saint-Emilion winery and vineyard pits an overbearing father and demanding winemaker against his son, who works for him.

The French language film You Will Be My Son comes out this Friday. It stars Niels Aretrup as Paul de Marseul, an exacting winemaker who does not see the same passion in his son, Martin, portrayed by Loran Deutsch, even though Martin is a trained winemaker.

The plot thickens when Philippe, the son of his cancer-riddled estate manager, comes home to take care of his dying father, and de Marseul sees the passion and talent he wishes his own son had.

Will the father turn his back on his son and instead give his estate to Philippe?

The film is from Cohen Media Group.

See if this film will be showing at a location near you.

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About Andy Perdue

Andy Perdue is the editor and publisher of Great Northwest Wine. He is a third-generation journalist who has worked at newspapers since the mid-1980s and has been writing about wine since 1998. He co-founded Wine Press Northwest magazine with Eric Degerman and served as its editor-in-chief for 15 years. He is a frequent judge at international wine competitions. He is the author of "The Northwest Wine Guide: A Buyer's Handbook" (Sasquatch, 2003) and has contributed to four other books. He writes about wine for The Seattle Times. You can find him on Twitter and .

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