& # 39; I felt so guilty & # 39 ;: Incredible story behind a new tear fluid beer ad in which a son reconnects with his Aussie fighter father
- Dancer Daniel Gaudiello and his father Luigi shine in an advertisement for Great Northern
- After nearly two decades, the couple broke up to North Queensland
- Daniel traveled the world as a dancer, while his father fought with cancer
One of the stars of a new beer advertisement has shared the incredible story behind the film with tears.
Ballet dancer Daniel Gaudiello and his father Luigi were filmed during a four-day fishing trip in Northern Queensland as part of the Father's Day campaign for Great Northern brewery.
The wilderness journey came after nearly two decades apart, with Daniel traveling around the world – missing important life events, including his father's fight against cancer.
Ballet dancer Daniel Gaudiello (photo) spent almost two decades traveling around the world and missing major life events, including his father's fight against cancer
Daniel started dancing at six o'clock after his father – a typical Australian fighter – gave him permission.
& # 39; I'm lucky with dad. I think his Italian side helped – they love art. He can also dance. I felt like Daddy always supported me. He never made me feel like it was wrong to do a boy and that I shouldn't do that, & he said News.com.au.
He quickly became famous in the ballet world and left home at the age of 18.
During his time, his father spent a gruesome cancer attack.
Daniel, who was a head dancer for the Australian Ballet, admits he was sorry he wasn't there for his father.
He said he didn't know how bad it was at the time.
During a trip home, Daniel realized how serious his father's cancer was. He had stage four lymphoma and underwent intensive treatment.
Daniel Gaudiello and his father Luigi (photo) were filmed during a four-day fishing trip in Northern Queensland as part of the Father's Day campaign for Great Northern brewery
Daniel, who was a head dancer for the Australian Ballet, admits he was sorry he wasn't there for his father
& # 39; I really regret the time Dad got sick. My career really happened that year and my family kept trivializing things and saying he was doing well, & he said.
He said afterwards a great deal of guilt and was very sorry about choosing his career over family.
He said it was incredibly special to spend the four days on the trip with his father.
& # 39; That they want to portray a different kind of family, a different type of man, in me, perhaps not the typical Australian guy who reconnects with my father, was amazing. I will remember this forever. I think Dad will remember it forever. & # 39;
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