I Love Karditsa

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(out of 5)


Regional accents are the basis of humour in this awkward comedy, one whose premise wears out very quickly. Grigoris is a lazy goof from the village of Karditsa who has no idea that, years ago, his genes were the subject of a scientific cloning experiment. The success of this operation, a clone named Mike, lives in New York and travels to Greece to trade places with his doppelganger. This is the perfect way to throw Grigoris’ get-rich-quick scheme into hilarious disarray but, unfortunately, when direction, acting, writing and editing are this bad (not to mention seriously cheap-looking photography), the pleasure is nowhere to be found. Simply avoid it.


Graal, M.S. Media, Odeon

Greece, 2010

Directed by

Screenplay by ,

Cinematography by

Music by

Production Design by

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Film Editing by

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