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France · 2013
Rated PG · 1h 43m
Director Isabelle Doval
Starring José Garcia, Lucien Jean-Baptiste, Audrey Fleurot, Gérard Hernandez
Genre Comedy

Twenty years after making several donations to a sperm bank--using Fonzy as a pseudonym--Diego discovers he has fathered 533 children. The now 42-year-old fish deliveryman becomes embroiled in a legal battle when over a hundred of his children sue to identify their father.

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The Guardian by

Watch all of them back to back and it's the tiny details that start to become fascinating, like the way Fonzy's version of the climax is fractionally less sentimental, how lead Garcia is more sympathetic than Vaughn but less engaging than Starbuck's schlubby Patrick Huard.


The New York Times by Andy Webster

What distinguishes Fonzy is its attention to Diego’s Galician roots. As his character discovers his offspring and his paternal instinct, Mr. Garcia gives the bedraggled but compassionate Diego an aspect slightly more emphatic than his screen forebears.


Village Voice by Chris Packham

The comic plot of Fonzy is outrageous, but to writer-director Isabelle Doval, it's just an armature that supports its gently funny characters and its themes of emotional and filial connections.

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