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This Weekend's Indies: 'Like Father Like Son,' 'Big Bad Wolves,' 'Summer in February' & More

Opening in limited release today, the story of two boys switched at birth, the problem with labels, reputation, and reinvention in high school, an Israeli revenge thriller, and Dan Stevens' latest film.

Like Father Like Son: What would you do if suddenly you discovered that the child you were raising was not your own? In this emotional drama from Japan, a couple must decide whether to trade the son they know and have raised as their own for their natural-born child, or to continue raising the surrogate child. They soon find, however, that no matter what they choose, their lives--and the children's lives--will be forever changed.

G.B.F.: This TFF 2013 comedy uses humor to expose greater questions about our culture of commodifying people, as a high schooler uses the ritual of coming out to negotiate his popularity.

Big Bad Wolves: In this thriller, a vengeful father and a crooked cop team up to punish a suspected murderer. When they control the law, will they finally see justice?

Summer in February: This historical drama delves into the lives of artists, writers, and the people who love them. Set in Edwardian England, the film explores the nature of passion--both artistic and romantic--through the friendship and betrayals of Alfred Munnings, Gilbert Evans, and Florence Carter-Wood.

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