Family Stories review on Kathimerini Newspaper

Family Stories review on Kathimerini Newspaper by Annie Koltsidopoulou.

In this double distancing three of the four actors mimic everyday parents and child of a family capturing all the misfortune of a world in crisis: domestic violence, discrimination of any kind, nationalist, racist, phallocratic prejudices, opportunism, cynical behavior, homeland mongering . The fourth role, a hunted, scared, dumb creature that they tie chain like a dog (or as Beckett Lucky), leave her to starve and rape, kick and mock, it is rather an ambiguous symbol for each different persecuted, or of a foreign refugee, while they themselves are uprooted.
You can read the full review in Greek here.