Papadopoulos and Sons
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Only when you lose everything do you find it all…
Harry Papadopoulos has got it all: a mansion house, awards and a super-rich lifestyle. But when a financial crisis hits, Harry and his family lose everything. Everything, except the dormant and forgotten Three Brothers Fish & Chip Shop half owned by Harry´s larger than life brother Spiros who's been estranged from the family for years.
With no alternative, Harry and his family are forced to pack their bags and reluctantly join `Uncle Spiros´ to live above the neglected Three Brothers chippie. Together they set about bringing the chip shop back to life under the suspicious gaze of their old rival, Hassan, from the neighbouring Turkish kebab shop whose son has his own eyes on Harry´s daughter, Katie.
As each family member comes to terms with their new life, Harry struggles to regain his lost business empire. But as the chip shop returns to life, old memories are stirred and Harry discovers that only when you lose everything can you be free to find it all.
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Greek subtitled version
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I have to admit a tear needed to be wiped away near the end.
The story of a quirky rich, Greek family who fall on hard times and it starts a strange string of events involving a lost brother and a kebab shop!
Stephen Dilane is as ever fantastic as the moaning millionaire and and his son plays his plant loving son bringing a good performance as does the rest of the mad cap family.
A film which has you leaving the cinema feeling this good about life in general is a gem and deserves its success. That said, there are many who will only discover it through the DVD release. They will not be disappointed.
One more thing: Ignore the error on the packaging. I am happy to say it IS 16:9 widescreen, not 4:3.