Two Americans in their mid-thirties living in Athens, who meet in the heat of summer one whirlwind weekend. When Chloe's time in Greece is drawing to a close, she decides to give up her high-flying job back home and explore whether one weekend's passion can stand the reality of the inevitable Monday.Written by
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During an interview, Sebastian Stan and Denise Gough said they spent so much time running around Greece stark naked that they came up with a catchphrase for it: "It's Greece! Everyone runs around with no clothes on." Gough said they were able to get away with so much by filming the movie in Greece, especially the scene where they rode a scooter around Athens naked. She said there's no way they would have been allowed to do that stuff anywhere else. See more »
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Written by Angelo Baroncini (SIAE) and Edmonod Rossi (SIAE)
Performed by Intermezzi
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Damn...it was hard and painful to watch
We can see a REAL relationship, the ups and downs, the uplifting first weeks when you fly above the clouds. But IMO these ups doesn't make the downs worth it. And the downs are so depressing that those minutes reminded me my past relationships and reminded me why I should remain single. Because that's how a real relationship looks like and not many movies want to show us this way...they use a lot of sugarcoat instead.
(The flashbacks were so intense I had to take many breaks while watching the movie just to think about something else and not about how foolish, irresponsible and unbridled we were.)
It is not a bad movie, there's nothing wrong with it. I just felt really uncomfortable watching it and even Sebastian Stan could not make me feel better.
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