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The film-biography is a tribute to the Great Awakening Writer NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS. The ecumenical writer Nikos Kazantzakis said that his life is defined by his travels and dreams. These tracks were followed by the film. The presence of the Greek spirit, which represents great ideals, is intense. Freedom, power, creation, strong friendships, dynamic spirit. All of these elements make up a heartfelt sensation that will make you feel human, feel free. "I hope nothing, I fear nothing, I am free." Nikon KazantzakisWritten by
The film about the prominent author Nikos Kazantzakis is lacking the depth that the author itself had. It's un unskillful patchwork of Nikos Kazantzakis lines from his many marvellous books with no real coherence. It's an awkwardly made 2 hours video clip of Nikos Kazantzakis famous parts of his books with the sole intention to make a part of the Greeks (apparently those who are not familiar with his work but only with his famous book characters eg Zorbas)feel proud about the great compatriot. The level of acting is deplorable in every sense. The film is annoyingly bad.
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