We are on the eve of an invisible war. Alexis serves his military duty and the night is not easy. Through the breaking news bulletins of his small radio transistor he starts receiving ... See full summary »
We are on the eve of an invisible war. Alexis serves his military duty and the night is not easy. Through the breaking news bulletins of his small radio transistor he starts receiving strange frequencies of memories full of music and interference. His feelings, his childhood memories, the ghosts and visions of his beloved ones materialize beside him and convey him a warmth that got away... Written by
A rather boring film. Yet, there is a tiny well-hidden oasis in the dessert....the performance of Giorgos Konistis (6 year old Alexis), whose talent managed to render a low budget Greek movie into a worth watching film.
Not only his solo scenes, but also the parts that he "shares" with others trigger our imagination and it is worth mentioning that whoever acts next to Giorgos Konistis is shadowed by his performance.
My advice......watch the film and pay attention to the little magician's stimulating scenes.
It is a pity he no longer indulges us with his talent.
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