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Koutras admirably resists easy wish fulfillment by making the brothers' journey more important than their destination, but the scenario he presents inexplicably turns out to be fantasy.
You come away from "Xenia" feeling a bit more alive and ready to throw caution to the wind.
Though the story's finally too predictable and a little too thin to captivate for the film's entire two-hours-plus running time, the characters, their chemistry and their plight are compelling
Brashly uneven and wildly overlong, this comedy of brotherly love and outsider acceptance nonetheless boasts a spirited, audience-pleasing core.
Pleasingly elliptical in the way it confronts Greece's concurrent crises of economic decline and ascendant militancy.
What Xenia captures (successfully, repeatedly) is that uncomfortable late teen age, where you're grasping desperately for your childhood and its safe comforts, and also itching to become new, independent, and powerful.
The plot frequently strays, but Nikouli and Gelia keep us focused on the growing, endearing fraternal bond between their characters.
It leaves room for a few flights of fancy where the lack of verisimilitude feels less like screenplay filler and more like unabashed poetic license.
The reality that the movie portrays is deeper than this bad caricature. [Full review in Spanish]
A post-modern drama, filled with radical ideas of rebellion and a lot of joy and fun to go along with it. [Full review in Spanish]
A delicious road movie about the unbreakable love between two brothers. [Full review in Spanish]
The drama, comedy, and musical numbers don't mix evenly, and the movie drags for too long. [Full review in Spanish]
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