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Italy, Brazil, Greece · 2021
1h 49m
Director Ferdinando Cito Filomarino
Starring John David Washington, Vicky Krieps, Panos Koronis, Boyd Holbrook
Genre Crime, Mystery, Thriller

While vacationing in Greece, American tourist Beckett accidentally witnesses an event that plunges him into a political conspiracy. Suddenly a target for assassination, he is forced to go on the run. His only hope is to find a way to the American embassy in Athens and seek safety there.

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IndieWire by David Ehrlich

Thin and politically disengaged as this diverting Euro-thriller can be, it never forgets how even the most desperate of people can be left to suffer in plain sight — nothing but figures in a landscape.


The Hollywood Reporter by David Rooney

Directed with a workmanlike lack of style by Ferdinando Cito Filomarino and written by Kevin A. Rice without the required ambiguities to feed the protagonist’s paranoia, this pedestrian wrong-place-wrong-time manhunt through Greece never really sparks. And the jury that’s still out over whether John David Washington is movie-star material gets shaky evidence to support that case.


Screen Daily by Fionnuala Halligan

Beckett, though, has better films in its DNA - it is by no means original. What it mostly serves as is a reminder of what is missing from independent cinema - and may well be gone for good.


The Playlist by Jessica Kiang

For a film in which John David Washington lurches, staggers, stumbles, shambles, flounders, falters, wobbles, scrabbles and totters across an entire Greek province . . . Beckett sure is dull.


Variety by Peter Debruge

It’s intriguing to see Filomarino experiment with the formula and exciting to imagine where his career might go from here.


The A.V. Club by Roxana Hadadi

The Beckett character is sparsely written, and the sometimes bland performance Washington delivers doesn’t fill in many characterization gaps; it’s a problem that affects the pacing, too.

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