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It's an often tender, affecting film that slowly creeps up on you - then completely takes hold.
It can't help but come off as a bit diagrammed. Yet the movie is onto something: what happens to a society when "ordinary" life begins to get stripped away.
The writer/director [is] so intent on hammering home his thematic points that the situations and characters seem contrived merely to underline them.
Papakaliatis eventually shows an affinity for filming two people in love, but his actors often lack the chemistry to make us believe that their bond transcends all socioeconomic boundaries.
In Greece it can only be more relevant today than when it was made.
Powerful, engrossing and provocative with just the right blend of truth and spectacle. It's the rare kind of film that has a heart, mind and soul intact.
Worlds Apart is a naive exercise in empathy that unintentionally enters troubling territory with its simplistic take on politics.
Warm, wistful...a melancholy and sometimes tragic Greek romance with an allegorical edge.
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