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We live here a whole host of powerful and varied events that tell the story of a man who is happy only when he is unhappy, a man addicted to grief, that man who tries to raise the compassion of everyone. He is a man who is willing to do anything to cause depression and sadness from others. Maybe in the end it did not change as it seemed to be the life of a man in a world that was not tough enough for him.
The Greek Weird Wave's tendency to be uncompromising towards the audience is to be expected, and the cruelty that eventually emerges in Pity is unfortunately pretty predictable thanks to the brutality present in both The Lobster and Dogtooth.
A delightfully nasty piece of work, refusing to let either the lawyer or the audience off the hook as Makridis keenly observes how expressing sympathy has become ritualized to the point it no longer has meaning.