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Gas Station in the middle of nowhere: a young man arrives to meet his father he hasn't seen for 30 years. On the same day a van with four prostitutes on the way to Switzerland breaks down at the very same gas station. The three days they spend together in the station change their lives forever.
Who would have thought a film set entirely at a gas station could be this engaging? This was absolutely brilliantly done! Wow, it was portrayed so well how quickly a normal situation can turn for the worse. Roland Tzafetas is excellent as Zoli, who tells the story of a dog, as a back story. His story spans the entire film and was just as interesting as the premise itself. Things suddenly and quickly go sour, with great acting and effects, and rather suspenseful at that! The film's final moment was so awesome!!
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