Η φωνή της καρδιάς [The voice of the heart] (1943)

»I shouldn’t complain«

Endearing and a little clumsy, with some acting manners seemingly remaining from the silent era. Didactic storytelling, charmingly chaste courtship, revealing facial expressions, elegant dialogue, and nice comedy touches adorn this short, delightful father-daughter bagatelle with sombre undercurrents.

Contains few surprises, as true love tries to overcome huge obstacles. Maybe in my book of predominantly goodhearted greeks.

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