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The Journey (2014)

A western tourist travels to a small island in Greece on the advice of a stranger to overcome a recent personal tragedy. this will be a trip for self discovery and healing with the help of the locals and the natural beauty of the island.





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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Ozzy
... Jason
Dickon Tolson ... Hector
Lindsey Coulson ... Barbra
... Cytherea
... Atia
... Nondas
Shirin Youssefian ... Rosy
Tasos Nousias ... Yiannis
... Will
Stelios Kalaitzis ... Priest
... Kiki
... American Dad
Alex Heaton ... Tourist
Charlene Collins ... Angela


Three men - Hector, Jason and Atia - all arrive on a remote Greek island. All three of them arrive for very different reasons but the one thing they share is their intention to end their lives. However from the moment they arrive unusual things begin to happen. Hector begins to see a dark skinned woman in a white dress all over the island but every time he approaches her she disappears. Jason sees the same woman in a series of nightmares and unknown to him, she is watching him on the island. The same woman watches Atia but he is completely unaware of her presence. All three of soon discover that the answer to solving their own problems may well lie in the act of showing kindness to strangers. 'The Journey' is a film that portrays the quest of three men to find themselves again and for two of them discovering the country of Greece for the first time in their lives. In addition to being a powerful and touching drama, it aims to restore a positive image of Greece that has been recently ... Written by Lance Nielsen

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A beautiful, thoughtful meditation on grief, beauty, life and love.
28 February 2017 | by See all my reviews

I was lucky enough to see this film at the St. Tropez Film Festival where Lance Nielsen won Best Directing honors -- and I see why. What he has accomplished is so subtle -- so beautiful -- and, for me, so timely and insightful -- that it's nothing short of magic. I came to this beautiful story at a time of transition and loss. The stories of loss juxtaposed against the eternal beauty of the Greek landscape -- giving the characters and us time to explore what grief means -- and how we find the strength to move on -- to embrace life again -- was so powerful and cathartic. It is one of those films I could watch over and over again and get something powerful out of every time I watch it. A masterpiece!

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