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Dinner with My Sisters (2011)

Dr Andrew Michael, the brother, is lost in the anonymity of London medical life. His desire to return to the parental home after 30 years is triggered by a letter lost in the post, sent by ... See full summary »

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Michael Hapeshis
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Credited cast:
Popi Avraam Popi Avraam ... Maria
Donna Berlin ... Clare
Nadia Charalambous Nadia Charalambous ... Olga
Christopher Greco Christopher Greco ... Mishiellis
Andreas Karras ... Doctor Andrew Michael Kolovos
Smaragdos Kleovoulou Smaragdos Kleovoulou ... Dionysis
Julietta Michael Julietta Michael ... Helen
Serapheim Nicola Serapheim Nicola ... Papa-Georgis
Spyros Stavrinidis Spyros Stavrinidis ... Father
Andreas Vasileiou Andreas Vasileiou ... Costas Mikellides (as Andreas Vasiliou)
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Dr Andrew Michael, the brother, is lost in the anonymity of London medical life. His desire to return to the parental home after 30 years is triggered by a letter lost in the post, sent by his father a few days before he died. When Andrew is back in Cyprus he takes lodge in the family home where he is joined by his three sisters. Old issues become revived as he slowly becomes aware that he is not very welcome and he embarks on a journey to discover how his father died, alienating his sisters in the process. The truth comes as suddenly as the rain that sweeps away all lies and sins, restoring the family to its former glory and allowing the siblings to move forward as one. Written by Michael Hapeshis

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Cyprus | UK

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Greek | English

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30 September 2011 (Cyprus) See more »

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London, England, UK See more »

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Dolby Digital

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2.35 : 1
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Tourism committee cobbles together a film
11 November 2012 | by PipAndSqueakSee all my reviews

Without a proper review to refer to you might be gulled into giving this vacuous, directionless film a whirl. Don't bother. What it is a long, slow, badly scripted tourism promotional storyboard captured by a photography fan's over-sized camera. On the face of it, the story appears to offer some interesting content, plot devices and engaging characters. None of this is evident in actuality. It's almost as if a serious film writer/director was consulted as to best ideas to promote Cyprus - a story was suggested and then the expert left the local amateurs to get on with it. They were clueless yet enamoured with the 'pearl' they'd garnered from their now departed expert. So, there I was in a cinema populated by ex-patriot Cypriots..."boring and slow" they all said. They cackled with ironic laughter as 'Greek'-like behaviour was noted - and they knew how 'racist' this view was too. "It's July-August" said another - placing the odd weather depicted firmly in its right place. And yes, you do get to see a newly tarmacadamed road weaving through typical Cyprus landscape, you get to see planes landing at the airport. You get to see the sun reflected on white painted buildings and the blue of the sky reflected in a swimming pool. Plus, you get to see some uninteresting, barely communicative characters...dull, dull, dull, dull dull.


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