Ghost of a Chance | Chicago Reader

Ghost of a Chance

Vangelis Seitanidis, who has written books on Robert Altman and Wim Wenders, makes his directing debut with this 2001 drama about a young couple who rip off a casino. Most crime films are plot driven, but Seitanidis focuses on character, glossing over the actual heist and robbing the story of much-needed tension. For his trouble he gets a good performance from Spyros Stavrinidis as the heroine's father, a gambling-addicted curmudgeon, though none of the other characters resonate much. With Emilios Chilakis and Maria Solomou. In Greek with subtitles. 100 min.


Cast information not available at this time.

What others are saying

  • Reviews/comments

    Subscribe to this thread:

    Add a review

    Roll over stars and click to rate.

    Now Playing

    By Film...

    By Theater...