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"Easy Road" isn't a masterpiece,that's for sure. But we have to admit that it's an honest film with a romantic point of view and a bittersweet feeling.It's all about uncompromising and emotional persons and their problems to harmonize themselves with society.Of course it's a low budget film (as the most Greek films are) and unfortunately it seems like one.
Anyway the biggest advantage of this movie is Pavlos Sidiropoulos (a very important singer and songwriter),who had the main role and was unexpectedly great.
The songs and the music are beautiful and written by the director himself.
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