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Papadopoulous & Sons

After going bankrupt, a widowed real estate tycoon (Stephen Dillane) reconnects with his estranged older brother and reopens the family fish-and-chips business. This sentimental British comedy plays out exactly as you might expect: the hero rediscovers the importance of family and hard work—and since the family is Greek, he learns to appreciate his ethnic roots as well. The cast is pleasant enough to enliven the generic material, though much of writer-director Marcus Markou's dialogue is beyond salvaging, particularly some drawn-out conversations about finance that only an accountant could enjoy.


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