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One of Lazopoulos' early movies, and some of his best work. In some respects, the movie demonstrates Lazopoulos' talent, through his portrayal of a smart uneducated Greek man from the countryside, a character very similar to one from the "Deka mikroi mitsoi" TV series that was very popular in the early 1990s in Greece.
The movie largely owes its value to a twist occurring about an hour into the movie. Most of the scenes of this movie are shot inside an apartment with only a few parts near the end being filmed outdoors.
Overall, this is an average movie, which can only prove to be entertaining for a viewer with low expectations.
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