Alex & Eve
Alex & Eve (2017)

A Greek-Australian math teacher (Richard Brancatisano) and a Lebanese-Australian lawyer (Andrea Demetriades) fall in love, but are worried about the inevitable cultural clash that will ensue when they tell their families about their budding… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: October 13, 2017
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Critic Score: 82% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
Spirituality and Practice

A dramedy about the challenges of accepting diversity and interfaith marriage.

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Jim Schembri

Hot on the heels of unIndian comes another, better Australian cross-cultural romantic comedy.

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Dov Kornits
FILMINK (Australia)

In the end, this is more comedy than romance, and on that level, it succeeds.

Dwight Brown
National Newspaper Publishers Association

Hopeless romantics will have a big, fat good time.

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Simon Foster

[An] insightful and, most importantly, accessible examination of generational multiculturalism.

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Leigh Paatsch
Herald Sun (Australia)

There are a few samples of quality produce to be extracted from the new Australian rom-com Alex & Eve. What a shame the whole lot is squashed flat by huge chunks of stale corn and cheese left over from My Big Fat Greek Wedding all those years ago.

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Matthew Pejkovic
Matt's Movie Reviews

Funny, dramatic and at times suitably frustrating, Alex & Eve is just the kind of multicultural rom-com needed in Australian cinemas.

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Paul Byrnes
Sydney Morning Herald

Alex and Eve is at times broad and a touch gauche but it has the spark of real life, and a sense that it could not have come from anywhere else. It's also really funny.

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Koraly Dimitriadis

We need to fund and produce more stories like this; stories which move away from stereotypes to tell enjoyable, unifying and nuanced stories that reflect multicultural Australia, and have the power to heal some of our deepest wounds.

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