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Greece, Germany · 2016
1h 44m
Director Argyris Papadimitropoulos
Starring Makis Papadimitriou, Elli Tringou, Hara Kotsali, Milou Van Groesen
Genre Comedy, Drama

Kostis is a 40-year-old doctor that finds himself on the small island of Antiparos, in order to take over the local clinic. His whole life and routine will turn upside down when he meets an international group of young and beautiful tourists and falls in love with a 19-year-old named Anna.

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Village Voice by Bilge Ebiri

Structurally, there’s little that’s new in Suntan. The tale of a middle-aged man delusionally pursuing youth and beauty reaches back to Thomas Mann and beyond. But Papadimitropoulos has a feel for the physicality of this world, for contrasting postures and gestures.


Los Angeles Times by Gary Goldstein

The story might have had some thematic heft if we knew or cared anything about the characters. But all we can glean about the disastrous Kostis is that he’s had hard times, while Anna is a total cipher.


The New York Times by Glenn Kenny

Replete with sometimes startling imagery...Suntan captures a set of very specific feelings: the exhilaration and embarrassment of falling, followed by the desperate denial that one has landed in a very bad place.


Variety by Jay Weissberg

Right from the superbly framed opening scene of Kostis on the ferry, the visuals satisfy with their unerring sense of composition.


The Hollywood Reporter by Neil Young

A professionally mounted but bluntly misanthropic character-study, the director's second solo outing wallows in the worst of human nature with little reward at the end of a mechanically inexorable downward spiral.

50 by Nick Allen

While Suntan is more than just a tale about an older man becoming involved with a younger woman, it's unfortunately not as profound when it later claims to be a statement on the movie you think you're watching.


Screen International by Wendy Ide

A deftly handled cautionary tale, there is a compulsive, creeping horror to this portrait of a man losing all self-respect. That said, it is frequently a tough watch.

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