Plato's Academy (Akadimia Platonos) Reviews

  • Mar 02, 2012

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  • Apr 27, 2011

    Stavros is against everything. But his favorite enemy are the albanians. One day his dement mum recognizes an albanian stranger as his brother which she left in albania when had moved to greece. Absolutely funny.

    Stavros is against everything. But his favorite enemy are the albanians. One day his dement mum recognizes an albanian stranger as his brother which she left in albania when had moved to greece. Absolutely funny.

  • Oct 28, 2010

    Ioannis rated Plato's Academy (Akadimia Platonos) (2009) 3 stars

    Ioannis rated Plato's Academy (Akadimia Platonos) (2009) 3 stars

  • Nicolas K Super Reviewer
    Aug 25, 2010

    The pinnacle is the point where Stavros bursts out to Merenglen wondering who he is when everything that defines him is not defining him anymore: The music he listens to, the football team he supports, his close relatives... Kafentzopoulos is excellent

    The pinnacle is the point where Stavros bursts out to Merenglen wondering who he is when everything that defines him is not defining him anymore: The music he listens to, the football team he supports, his close relatives... Kafentzopoulos is excellent

  • Anastasia B Super Reviewer
    Aug 16, 2010

    Phillipos Tsitos poses the question: what is that characteristic which determines the identity of a person? Is it family? Is it nationality? is it race? is it, football, may be, or the music you listen to? Then he proceeds to deconstruct every one of his hypotheses in the most human way. His camera is focused on a corner of a neighborhood in Athens, where Albanians and Chinese people have to learn to live and work together with the Greek inhabitants. The protagonist, whose mother suffers from Altzheimer's, suffers himself from insomnia and the annoying question: who is he, really? Does he have a brother, indeed, like his mother is suggesting? Is this a dream of hers, or the result of a disturbed mind? There are many more questions asked. Tsitos takes his time to answer them. The results of his research are definitely worth the wait.

    Phillipos Tsitos poses the question: what is that characteristic which determines the identity of a person? Is it family? Is it nationality? is it race? is it, football, may be, or the music you listen to? Then he proceeds to deconstruct every one of his hypotheses in the most human way. His camera is focused on a corner of a neighborhood in Athens, where Albanians and Chinese people have to learn to live and work together with the Greek inhabitants. The protagonist, whose mother suffers from Altzheimer's, suffers himself from insomnia and the annoying question: who is he, really? Does he have a brother, indeed, like his mother is suggesting? Is this a dream of hers, or the result of a disturbed mind? There are many more questions asked. Tsitos takes his time to answer them. The results of his research are definitely worth the wait.

  • May 15, 2010

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  • Jan 10, 2010

    Commedia greca sul razzismo, un po' rabberciata ma piacevole. Geniali le scene in cui i negozianti greci protagonisti caXXeggiano giocando a calcio e facendo discorsi xenofobi invece di lavorare, mentre tutto intorno industriosissimi cinesi, rumeni e albanesi si danno da fare a ritmi vertiginosi.

    Commedia greca sul razzismo, un po' rabberciata ma piacevole. Geniali le scene in cui i negozianti greci protagonisti caXXeggiano giocando a calcio e facendo discorsi xenofobi invece di lavorare, mentre tutto intorno industriosissimi cinesi, rumeni e albanesi si danno da fare a ritmi vertiginosi.