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Papadopoulos and SonsHarry Papadopoulos is a millionaire lives in gorgeous mansion. Suddenly, when the economic crisis occurs, he looses everything. Fortunately, the family fish and chip shop in London is the last chance which he has to maintain the life with three offspring.Keywords:
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Directors of "Papadopoulos and Sons"Marcus Markou
Creators of "Papadopoulos and Sons"Marcus Markou
Critic Reviews of "Papadopoulos and Sons"Chicago ReaderJanuary 09, 2014
The cast is pleasant enough to enliven the generic material, though much of writer-director Marcus Markou's dialogue is beyond salvaging.OregonianAugust 15, 2013
There are zero surprises here, but a strong cast and a decent script add up to dependable entertainment.Birmingham MailApril 12, 2013
Just like Arnold Schwarzenegger was told his name was too big for movie posters, Marcus Markou's inspirational debut feature film has an impossible title on purpose.Radio TimesApril 12, 2013
A late pitch at pathos isn't quite so convincing, but otherwise this is a fresh, funny and poignant snapshot of ethnic life in London.Observer (UK)April 08, 2013
This flat, feelgood family story transposes the cliches of Zorba the Greek to the present day.Contactmusic.comApril 05, 2013
Some meaty themes and complex performances add badly needed weight to this somewhat simplistic British comedy-drama.Daily Express (UK)April 04, 2013
It's a bit laboured and not funny enough but has charm and heart.Little White LiesApril 04, 2013
In its favour, it's a movie with heart, charm and well-crafted characters.GuardianApril 04, 2013
It's a throwback, but relaxed, sweet and funny with it: a first feature that makes an impression by not pushing too hard to make an impression.Daily Telegraph (UK)April 04, 2013
It gets by almost wholly on hangdog charm, but that's an underrated asset, and so is Dillane, delivering a terse and rueful performance that's typically excellent.ViewLondonApril 04, 2013
Likeable British recession comedy enlivened by a strong support cast and a topical, engagingly feelgood central theme, though it's slightly let down by an underwritten script and a frustrating central performance from Stephen Dillane.ScotsmanApril 01, 2013
An undemanding comedy drama, but Stephen Dillane and Georges Corraface give crowd-pleasing performances.
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