A couple hires a young migrant to be their surrogate mother and moves her to their beautiful villa. While the man is away for work, the woman and the girl start to bond and enjoy the ...
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A contemporary married couple and their eight-year-old son are exposed to our observation. The husband, around 35, works as a tax specialist for an import-export firm. His 30-year-old wife ... See full summary »
A love triangle featuring the trophy girlfriend of a petty drug lord, caught up in a web of luxury and violence in a modern dark gangster tale set in the beautiful port city of Bodrum on the Turkish Riviera.
Victoria Carmen Sonne,
A couple hires a young migrant to be their surrogate mother and moves her to their beautiful villa. While the man is away for work, the woman and the girl start to bond and enjoy the couple's wealthy way of life. But behind her forced cheerfulness, the woman seems more and more depressed. After a confrontation with the girl, she goes for a drive. The same night, her husband gets a call: his wife is dead, her burned body was found in her wrecked car.Written by
Less soul than a video of a buttered toast falling
In this so called "new Greek wave" drama we follow the story of a young migrant that decides to surrogate for a wealthy couple. Problem is there is nothing new, or even Greek about this film. The shots are plain and stale. The acting is nowhere to be found and the film lacks soul. The actors tend to stare deep into each other's eyes for no particular reason expecting to raise tension and you can almost hear their sigh waiting for the director's "Cut" shout. The film is directed like linking the dots between objects that try hard to overshadow the lack of talent. The writing is dry and you get the feeling that no one had fun shooting this. Unnecessary is the best word to describe this film and it's high time Avranas found a new hobby cause apparently filming is not for everyone.
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