Miss Violence Review

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When their 11 year-old daughter jumps to her death at her own birthday party, her parents persuade the investigators that nothing untoward has occurred. But beneath the still waters of this Greek family, dark secrets lurk.


A girl's mysterious suicide opens Alexandros Avranans’ scathing portrait of a Greek family cowering under the control of Themis Panou’s patriarch. Sealing you into its world of latent violence, it’s a gripping masterwork of cold shock and slow-asphyxiation.

A commanding, troubling domestic horror that should launch a long career for Avranas.