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A journey is often the best way to find yourself, even if you are looking for something else. Greek director Theo Angelopoulos' film traces two runaway children as they search for a fictive father their mother made up stories about. On the road, they learn the realities of life – cruelty, violence and the crude struggle for survival, but also friendship and the first stirrings of romance. In a particularly startling scene, joy and sorrow are revealed simultaneously as a…
This film looks nice (pretty villages, beautiful landscapes, interesting faces) but lacks everything else (acting, characters, story). Our hero spends the duration of the movie waiting for something to happen and getting frustrated when it doesn't. This gives the plot a direct parallel to my real life viewing experience. the beauty in this film is only skin deep.