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A Greek Australian man struggles with his sexual identity and has several homosexual encounters, takes drugs and rages against society. Alex Dimitriades shows some performance skills that are truly underrated. The movie delves too much into social realism and makes it a bit unbelievable. Someone can't suffer so many bad things in just a couple of days and the main character is not even likeable or relatable... I just hated him so much at the end, but it is evidence of what a broken soul is capable of doing.
Bastante cliche pero con una mezcla explosiva de otros problemas sociales y raciales. Muy buena actuacion.
The Greek spirit is alive in this Australian movie by the Greek Australian director,and the fact that it is so alive,tortures our protagonist. Alex Dimitriades has done an amazing job in portraying Ari with all his personal strugles and all his problems but something in the movie was not working for me.I don't know what it was,I can't quite define it.It's either the disability of the plot to give me the full spectrum of Ari's worries and struggles or the fact that his character wasn't fully explained,like most of the characters in the story.That being said,the most joyfull moments in the movie were the ones were the Greek music was the protagonsit and these were quite a few.It had some horrific and brutal scenes and these managed to make it really important plotwise.
Great Melbourne movie about a tormented Greek gay boy. Very 90's the world has changed so much since then...
Working my way through the SBS Summer movie list and returning to some greats. I loved this film when it was released in the late 1990s. It was gritty, faithful to the outstanding book by Tsiolkas, and showed the inner city of Melbourne I knew and loved. Rewatching it years later there is no doubt it holds up as a great Australian film and in the years that have passed Alex Dimitriades has never matched his magic here.
Not much of a movie, but Alex is damn hot Greek :P
Difficult to watch, controversial. Excellent performances.
As far as films centered on closeted gay characters go, this one was pretty good. His frustrations with his life and secret activities express themselves through his selfish and self destructive behavior. Wouldn't say it's a complete story as far as character development, but definitely entertaining.
Un film intemporel, bien rÃ (C)alisÃ (C), avec une esthÃ (C)tique vieillotte et des personnages justes. Le charme du rÃ´le principal ne fait pas oublier sa difficultÃ (C) Ã s'assumer et le comportement stupide consÃ (C)quent.
A part se taper des mecs pas terribles et des rails de coke, j'ai pas bien compris où était l'histoire....