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Little Tsatsiki, son of a single mother in Sweden, has never met his father, a Greek fisherman. Tsatsiki befriends a nice but straight-laced motorcycle policeman renting one of their rooms and decices he is the right guy for his mother, an amateur rock singer in love with her band's bass player. To take a break from all this romantic hassle it's time for a holiday trip, and Tsatsiki and his mother end up in the very same Greek village where Tsatsiki was conceived a decade earlier. Written by
If you want something different from the usual stuff go and see this movie. It's such a funny & heartwarming one. So what if it's originally a movie for kids. Guaranteed that you'll leave the theater feeling absolutely wonderful, no matter what your age is. And isn't that what movies are supposed to do? The book(s)(by Moni Nilsson-Brännström) are a pretty good/fun read as well.
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