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"I Shall Protect" delves into the strained relationship between Stavro and Spiro, an Eastern Mediterranean father and son. Their hunting trip unveils suppressed tensions, exposing Stavro's struggle with his conservative upbringing and his son's quest for acceptance. As Stavro grapples with conflicting emotions of anger and acceptance, painful flashbacks echo his inner turmoil. Amidst generational differences and societal expectations, the film navigates the complexities of cultural conservatism, highlighting the poignant journey towards understanding and reconciliation in the face of familial discord.

Angelo Pitsillis

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