Our Father

After a woman's at-home DNA test reveals multiple half-siblings, she discovers a shocking scheme involving donor sperm and a popular fertility doctor.

  • Released: 2022-05-11
  • Runtime: 97 minutes
  • Genre: Crime, Documentaries
  • Stars: Donald Cline, Jacoba Ballard, Angela Ganote, Kylene Gott, Julie Harmon, Jason Hyatt, Matt White, Heather Woock, Dianna Kiesler, Liz White, Keith Boyle, Leslie Koch Foumberg, Lea Roman, Simone-Elise Girard
  • Director: Lucie Jourdan
  • lindelane - 16 November 2022
    Our father is messed up! And he is unapologetic about it. He's a dislikable character, and the way he is described by the people who know him makes you dislike him even more.

    I mean this guy is a doctor and he knows exactly what needs to be done for a certain procedure, he knows his medical condition but still goes ahead and creates all those predisposed humans.

    The most shocking was that this man is a well respected member of the community and an elder of a church.

    The probability of marrying your brother or sister is very low but in that town, Cline raises the bar. Who knows how long he has been doing it?

    This documentary is just okay. I think it could have been more. The story is told in a dull manner, it lacked drama.
  • jdmb-90856 - 18 July 2022
    Strange, sad story, over dramatic
    The doctor is a scumbag. The doctor says the sperm is random, when it actually was his own. I understand the point of these siblings being upset. Some of the siblings, mainly the 'lead' sibling, are making it out to be more than it is. The documentary turns to an odd stage of claiming a cult and white power. The doctor didn't raise these siblings, so how could he be creating pawns in his name? The part about creating a white race is odd because the parents of all the siblings are white and asked for white donors. Not only that, but some of the siblings act like their traits only came from the doctor. They seem to dismiss their mothers DNA.