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  1. ajdehany's rating of the film Greek Pete

    It's subtle in a way. The lads' relationship is presented as almost subtext, achieving an understated complexity, as is the portrayal of Pete which is at once very simple and very suggestive. It's a quite fascinating piece that hints at some larger questions about sex and society.

  2. raggiodisole's rating of the film Greek Pete

    Curiously moving account of a man making his way in the world, replete with the emotional bruises that come with his profession. Above all, though, you can revel in the upbeat nature of the lead and not feel like some kind of dirty mac voyeur

  3. Nic's rating of the film Greek Pete

    Pete's sometimes poetic and simplistic upbeat view of what he does and why he's doing this keeps the film tipping too far into what could be a weepy, depressive docu-drama. Yes, it all comes together nicely in the end.... but the route taken is kinda glum. Probably not as naive as he appears, but hats off to him for having the balls (pun intended) to do this.

  4. Penelope q's rating of the film Greek Pete

    was bored 5 minutes into the film

  5. Paul Relf's rating of the film Greek Pete

    A sad film. Depressing. Not the good type of depressing though. You know what I mean.

  6. Natty's rating of the film Greek Pete

    Pete has a good heart. I hope he is okay and has managed to save his money and not cane it on drugs. He should also most certainly raise his prices.

  7. JOHN ATHERTON's rating of the film Greek Pete

    OK but what does Pete want from life outside of money?, sad depressing film (maybe honest however). Maybe many "careers" do this to people.

  8. Real_Stephanie's rating of the film Greek Pete

    An interesting film with an uncompromising gaze. Pete seems like a really likeable guy - occasionally infuriating, but sweet natured and funny too. The ending, however, was flat and unconvincing.

  9. JCPJD's rating of the film Greek Pete

    Not a lot happens in this film - but - it is wholly truthful and honest (except for a brief american interlude). The scenarios and characters portrayed have an air of authenticity to them and I was totally convinced this was a strait forward documentary for quite a while until some camera set-ups gave it away (not the characters, dialogue, content or staging). Pete is a lovely presence. The fragility is beautiful.

  10. janh24's rating of the film Greek Pete

    A challenging film, which is unfortunately impeded by an episodic structure and fuzzy direction.

  11. Ayesha Casely-Hayford's rating of the film Greek Pete

    These guys started so young. Can't believe how upbeat and positive Pete comes across, he's so zen "I could be a dustbin man or a doesn't really matter" "try your best and be the best at it". This shows a sad world servicing human needs. The filming is intimate and honest. Something weird happens towards the end with the scripting...but the awkwardness of that kind of works too. Messy.

  12. glebkozlov's rating of the film Greek Pete

    very creepy because of the "Truthness" of this

  13. Broos Claerhout's rating of the film Greek Pete

    The dreams of a London escort, drugs and sex but no rock 'n roll, overshadowed by sadness. The film's not good, not bad. But it's worth watching.

  14. Liam Peters's rating of the film Greek Pete

    For the majority of this low-budget documentary film the audience is focused on the desperation to belong and the search for success that Pete is endeavouring to find. Whilst this part of the film is on screen the viewer sees the inherent sadness that forms a part of this young man's life. It's towards the end when the film shifts towards scripted drama that the film falls flat and fails to convince.