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When I settled in to watch this small movie from Cyprus, I wasn't expecting to see something that would impress and move me so much. The images were beautiful with world-class photography and while I was convinced this would be a cliché romantic comedy, the ending completely surprised me. The storyline was so original, in fact I don't think I've ever seen something similar and the locations were fresh and new as we haven't really seen the island of Cyprus on this scale before. I also loved the leading actors - Orestes Sophocleous who I know from his amazing theater background and the mesmerizing Melia Kreiling. I found I could really relate to what they were going through...this movie is great for anyone who has ever been in love or ever questioned it.
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