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FILM: Unfair World

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Sotiris is a police investigator in Athens who lives by a strict moral code. An honest man, he carries himself as though held down by the weight of the world. When a man he believes to be innocent is arrested for a brutal crime, his attempt to uncover the truth results in a grave mistake. Filippo Tsitos’s prize-winning examination of moral exertion—part procedural pot-boiler, part character-study, part minimalist comedy—quietly unraveling a complex ethical puzzle of justice, forgiveness and human frailty that proves no good deed goes unpunished. This year’s Greek submission for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar. 118 minutes.
Cosponsored with the Portland International Film Festival


$11 general; For Tickets: call PIFF Box Office,  (503) 276-4310 or click here to purchase

Also screens on Sunday, February 17. 4 p.m., Regal Lloyd Center 10, 1510 NE Multnomah



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