The diary of the life and death of a group of "amoral" young people, who have reached the point of no return and seek something to believe in and to die for. Their behavior brings them to ... See full summary »
A 35-year old man, just released from jail, decides to make a clean break from the big city and his troubled past. He retreats to the abandoned village his father came from and moves into ... See full summary »
I really enjoyed this short film. From a technical point of view, I was really astonished to know that Evergreen is a director's first. From the script to the editing, each step seems to have been done with virtuosity. The story plunges you in another place in another time with a feeling to be living this new life. This feeling is reinforced by a good casting and acting, as well as the great quality of the photography. Special effects are where needed, not too much, not too less. I can't avoid to mention the original music which envelops all the previous mentioned ingredients to complete this marvellous recipe.
I can't wait to see Ifigeneia Kotsoni next film.
PS: I'm surprised by two bad ratings (at the time of writing one rating "1" and one rating "2"). I advise these IMDb members not to let their children play with the computer. It can't be another explanation for such an action.
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