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Greece, France, Belgium · 2014
2h 3m
Director Panos H. Koutras
Starring Kostas Nikoulis, Nikos Gelia, Yannis Stankoglou, Marisha Triantafyllidou
Genre Drama

After the death of their mother, sixteen-year-old Dany leaves Crete to join his older brother, Odysseas, who lives in Athens. Born from an Albanian mother and a Greek father they never met, the two brothers, strangers in their own country, decide to go to Thessaloniki to look for their father.

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The Hollywood Reporter by Boyd van Hoeij

There’s a decidedly campy side to the proceedings that Koutras effectively juxtaposes with the hard-edged realities of contemporary Greece, a beautiful but hostile nation wrecked by the ongoing economic crisis and a place in which xenophobia, racism and homophobia seem to fester freely.


Slant Magazine by Diego Semerene

It leaves room for a few flights of fancy where the lack of verisimilitude feels less like screenplay filler and more like unabashed poetic license.


Variety by Guy Lodge

Brashly uneven and wildly overlong, this comedy of brotherly love and outsider acceptance nonetheless boasts a spirited, audience-pleasing core.


Los Angeles Times by Martin Tsai

Koutras admirably resists easy wish fulfillment by making the brothers' journey more important than their destination, but the scenario he presents inexplicably turns out to be fantasy.

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