35mm.3,5. About "Evdokia" i wrote "In a film that excels in its rigorous découpage and an editing that shape the spaces" and, repeating myself, as Pasolini establishes a relation between impromptu and lyrical dryness, it's again tiring (even if before the other movie and less inscript) that the female characters are such clichés of female's sensuality. The actresses, though, are much better than Maria Vassiliou.
Unadorned in its portrayal of raw (female) sexuality and of macho and patriarchal mores, a peasant's mini-odyssey from the mountains to Piraeus in order to emigrate to Australia, is transformed into a theological parable about fall and sin, underlined by the motif of the holy prostitute. There are epiphanies like the psalms of the two metallurgists in what is a poetic, yet rough, look on marginal social landscapes.
Hmmm so much to comprehend here: a landscape that shifts alongside a refocusing of perspectives/main characters, a blurred borderline between misogony/feminist critique, and a radical camera/ occasioanl formal brillance (not to mention that scene where they are conversing through voided door frame) deffinitely need a re-watch and probably 5/5