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      Reviews 89% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings People meet, fight, and fall in love on Khronos during the end of the world. Read More Read Less

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      Robert Abele Los Angeles Times "Bourek" is well-meaning but woefully lacking in dimension or urgency, the movie equivalent of a scenic tourist trap. Jun 16, 2016 Full Review Jeannette Catsoulis New York Times Viewers ... are unlikely to be more than marginally amused by its fair-to-middling acting, enervated plot and forcibly diverse group of drifting souls gathered on the fictional Greek island of Khronos. Apr 28, 2016 Full Review Read all reviews

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      Audience Member Bourek is a delightful film, intelligently written and visually stunning. It manages to be both a modern-day fairy-tale and a timeless glimpse at mythological figures washed up on the island of Time itself. It's also a commentary on how best to cultivate our gardens far from the crosswinds of globalization where man is a wolf to man. The cinematography is extraordinary (cerulean blues, glistening light, every color shot with visible wonder) and the acting of the lead Katerina Misichroni, aerial and soulful, as well as the marvelous Al Nazemian (who plays a hilarious risen-from-the-sea, Yeats-reciting Libyan refugee) are simply unforgettable. Mr Nazemian's arrival on Khronos is the highlight of the film, and both its mythic and comedic apex. All in all this is a world one dreams to visit time and time again, both for the sheer pleasure of re-encountering Misichroni's and Nazemian's exquisite faces, and for the very lush sensual (and gastronomic) pleasure the movie conjures with such style and comic bravado. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/19/23 Full Review Audience Member Watching Bourek is like going on vacation in a company of good friends. It is a solid indie production that takes you away from troubles into a different part of the world, just like characters in the film. It has drama, romance, humor and overall great interaction between international cast of characters performed by wonderful actors. Al Nazemian as Tarek shines in every scene he's in as poetic philosopher refugee who washed out on shore after falling off the boat. Also, brothers Branislav and Sergej Trifunovic are absolutely hilarious as Serbian brothers on vacation for a dollar a day. And last but not least Mari Yamamoto and Jason Grechanik portray couple in love and starving artists living their dream to perfection. Bourek is a Mediterranean dish that brings all these different characters together after turmoils they go through creating a family of sorts. Experience Bourek the film with your family whatever it might be. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/27/23 Full Review Audience Member This indy is for Indy hilarious comedy lovers with likable characters who have a vulnerability .. in a gorgeous Greek setting., I highly recommend it. Claudio Laniado actor, producer, screenwriter. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/26/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Synopsis People meet, fight, and fall in love on Khronos during the end of the world.
      Vladan Nikolic
      Vladan Nikolic, Marios Piperides, Vladimir Subotic
      Vladan Nikolic
      Production Co
      AMP Filmworks, Surla Films
      Original Language
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Dec 20, 2018
      1h 30m
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