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I watched this at the Berlin International Film Festival and I quite liked it. It is not great by any means, but it pretty decent. Nice acting good drama, a message if you will (or want to see one). Of course there are flaws too (not only in the characters), but unfortunately in the script too.
But those are not thing you should be looking out for. I hope you can enjoy the human interaction. The way people treat each other and what dynamics can cause. Or maybe prevent, depending on how things go of course. And while the topic is not an easy one, the Greek director seems to be known for tackling difficult subjects.
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