German film Toni Erdmann shows the happenings in the life of a father and daughter. The career-oriented daughter works in a business consulting firm. Her workaholic nature and ambitions suck her continuously into a 24x7 loop of work and stress, leaving no time for interactions with her aging father. "What is the meaning of Life? Is it so often about getting things done? How are we supposed to hang on to moments?", Her father asks one time. He likes playing practical jokes, and comes in various disguises (though they are intentionally left very obvious to his daughter) and lands in front of his daughter at various places - in restaurants, party halls, and even in her office.
I found Toni Erdmann to be an enjoyable film, with some interesting and thought-provoking scenes that are brilliantly acted.