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A group of Pontian Greek immigrant teenage dreamers dwelling marginalised in the notorious and lustreless wild suburbia, witness the city's repulsive face and an unrelenting world defined by prostitution, drugs, and inevitably, loss.
A satire of life in modern Greece, presented through a series of different stories about sex. We see several couples and their relation with sex in parallel stories that come together in a hilarious way as the film progresses.
Slightly reminiscent of the excellent Evridiki BA 2O37 (especially in the beginning) on the grounds of analyzing the woman's behaviour when in need, Sose me is a very well made film, featuring a remarkable performance by Maria Zorba. Depression and humour are contradicted and rightly balanced. Even though the story is not 100% believable, the film is worth watching, naturalism and memorable lines certainly being two big pluses.
You don't have to be alone to feel lonely.
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