THE SENTIMENTALISTS by Nicholas Triandafyllidis

“But more than that, perhaps, is a sort of Shakespearean vibe that can be felt throughout. In fact, if we were to pinpoint the two leading characters and liken them to characters in Shakespeare plays, one might just be Romeo and the other one Mercutio. This juxtaposition and comparison is not at all out of place, and in fact it is strengthened by references to culture and art of old in sculptures and statues that at the same time show off the beauty and cultural wealth of Greece and give the storyline and more timeless and three dimensional depth…”

Matt Micucci, CineCola