Κυριακή, 27 Μαΐου 2012

CRITICS


 Α political film, worthy οf representative the contemporary Greek wave, which rejecting anything artificial, forces a questioning of the world.
Elie Castiel, SEQUENSES, Montreal

Α complex portrait of several different women, in a form reminiscent
of Bergman and Buňuel.
Bill Mousoulis, EKRAΝ, Lublijana
 
The skilful direction of Athanitis and the internal power of images and interpretations  
were stacked in my memory.
D.Danikas, Fipresci, ΤΑ ΝΕΑ
 
An eerie nightmarish style
Α. Dermetzoglou, Fipresci, MACEDONIA

A mosaic of the life of a middleclass society, driven to a dead-end ...
Ν. F. Μιkelides, Fipresci, PANORAMA 
 
Haunts the viewer’s gaze with images of weird beauty.
Ο. Andreadakis, Opening Nights-Athens IFF

Captures a portrait of a society in crisis,  in an abstract way.
G.
Κrassakopulos, ΑTHENS VOICE

Daredevil, implicit, based on glances and bodies.
Ν. Kourmoulis, Investor’s World

-Quirky cinema, different and challenging.
T. Soumas, Cinephilia.gr

A melancholic symphony, whose melody suffocates inside
an impenetrable family status.
S.
Κersanidis, Fipresci, Epohi

Irina, Anna and Vera are possibly the heterogeneous views of this city or even of this contemporary Greek society, which abruptly lost its innocence.  
Y.
Αntiochos, ΑTHINORAMA

If there is a Greek film director that managed to enclose the last decade’s essence in his films, that is Dimitri Athanitis.
V. Georgakopulu,
Εlefterotypia
 
 One of the most important Greek film directors.
Opening Nights-Athens IFF


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