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The Rock - dressed as The Hulk…of course?!
ARTS DESK **** “In a just world, Papadopoulos & Sons should join Bend it Like Beckham, East is East and The Full Monty in the micro-genre of thoughtfully entertaining, low-budget British feel-good hits… Stephen Dillane’s Harry is the heart and soul of why Papadopoulos & Sons feels genuine, not mass-produced and manipulative…”
WHATS ON LIVE **** “A low-key, sweet and strangely life-affirming comedy… the film is a winning take on contemporary, minority Britain…”
TOTAL FILM *** “There’s a warmth and charm about Marcus Markou’s feature debut that makes it hard to resist…”
CELLULOID HEROES **** “Most protagonists undergo major changes through experience and character interaction, but rarely is it achieved with such spirited passion and in a believable way. Dillane shows a thorough understanding of and commitment to the role, which is unusual in today’s fast paced industry…”
SCREEN JABBER **** “A gentle, warm-hearted comic drama from first-time filmmaker Markou. The plot is perfect for our cash-strapped times, and the solution rings true too… it’s so well crafted, and the performances so engaging, that you cannot help but enjoy the ride.”
BEST FOR FILM ***** “Markou was repeatedly told that Papadopoulos & Sons just wouldn’t sell. I’ve seen the film five times and I see something different and amusing with each sitting.”
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