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This is a standard film to see when you want to seat back in your couch, relax and forget everything that's bad this world. Just prepare some pop corn and some refreshments ready.
"I Love Karditsa" It's a typical screwball comedy, where the mingling of polar opposite persons and a series of misunderstandings and mis happenings drive the plot around. OK, the acting is not for Oscars, but this is just the type of acting you would expect in this kind of films. Of course you would not expect this to win any award in an international film festival. However, we should not underestimate the good film that offer you a pleasant hour and a half.
I have read many bad reviews about it (the script, the cursing, the acting of Miss Papoutsaki etc etc), but the point is that when you want to enjoy in a lazy afternoon, let's face it, this is just the movie you would want to watch.
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