Aroview: An Australian photographer journeys to Greece to explore his heritage and lay to rest his father's ashes, only to encounter a tide of hatred and the ghostly presence of an abandoned street kid.
A disquieting mystery box carefully balanced between intense character study and the dread of Europe's horrific past, this will surely frustrate some, however for those prepared to follow it down the rabbit hole, a haunting travelogue reminiscent of DON'T LOOK NOW. From the Christos Tsiolkas novel.
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5 stars (Exceptional) An excellent film. Only hints at complex themes such as existence, genetics, ageism, that all require our deeper attention. I was blown away at the narrative that was woven through these philosophical issues. ~Anon