History YMMV / ZorbaTheGreek

17th Jul '15 1:57:29 AM littlebeeper
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Zorba! Is he a well-meaning if somewhat irresponsible fellow who lives in the present or a selfish con man who calls for living life to the fullest with no thought to the consequences as long as it is at the expense of others? The latter can be found in his conning the monks out of the forest by faking a miracle, spending all of Basil's money on women and booze, an encouraging Basil to pursue the widow despite knowing how tense the situation in the villains was.

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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Zorba! Is he a well-meaning if somewhat irresponsible fellow who lives in the present or a selfish con man who calls for living life to the fullest with no thought to the consequences as long as it is at the expense of others? The latter can be found in his conning the monks out of the forest by faking a miracle, spending all of Basil's money on women and booze, an and encouraging Basil to pursue the widow despite knowing how tense the situation in the villains village was.



* TheWoobie:The widow. She has her thrown cut for the crime of someone committing suicide over her. Her body is abandoned on the street and the crime never persecuted. The villagers still hate her. Only Basil, Zorba, and Mimithos (Sotiris Moustakas) the village idiot, mourn for her.


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* TheWoobie:The widow. She has her thrown throat cut for the crime of someone committing suicide over her. Her body is abandoned on the street and the crime never persecuted. The villagers still hate her. Only Basil, Zorba, and Mimithos (Sotiris Moustakas) the village idiot, mourn for her.

25th Jan '15 7:47:46 PM seekquaze1
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* AlternativeCharacterInterpretation: Zorba! Is he a well-meaning if somewhat irresponsible fellow who lives in the present or a selfish con man who calls for living life to the fullest with no thought to the consequences as long as it is at the expense of others? The latter can be found in his conning the monks out of the forest by faking a miracle, spending all of Basil's money on women and booze, an encouraging Basil to pursue the widow despite knowing how tense the situation in the villains was.
15th Sep '14 8:54:43 PM GeorgeCastanza
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* MemeticMutation/SignatureScene: The dance scene at the end.

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* MemeticMutation/SignatureScene: SignatureScene: The dance scene at the end.
15th Sep '14 8:54:33 PM GeorgeCastanza
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* MemeticMutation/SignatureScene: The dance scene at the end.
7th Dec '12 8:38:16 AM AlanPalgut
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* EarWorm: the title song by Mikis Theodorakis. It gets worse if you've heard Herb Alpert perform it.
15th Oct '11 1:52:06 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ChaoticNeutral: Zorba.
* NeutralGood: Basil
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