press & reviews

DYLAN HAS RECEIVED SOME VERY FAVOURABLE REVIEWS FOR HIS DEBUT FILM PERFORMANCE, FROM PROMINENT AUSTRALIAN AND INTERNATIONAL FILM CRITICS. HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES, AS WELL AS SOME PRESS ARTICLES THAT FEATURE DYLAN:

 

 

 

 

"But it is Dylan Georgiades as Orhan, Ayshe's charming young son who begs Joshua to stay at his hotel and forcibly takes him there, who steals the show.”

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"If anyone stands out as a performer, it’s master Dylan. The child actor looks cute and acts with supreme confidence. " - Bollywood Trade, Mumbai (India)

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"If it were not for Dylan’s incredible acting, this particular plot-line would have felt distinctly unwelcome" - Mens XP Online (India)

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"OLGA KURYLENKO GETS MATERNAL ON SET"  (Olga Kurylenko & Russell Crowe were happy to share acting tips with young star Dylan Georgiades) - Belfast Telegraph 

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"The scene stealer is 12-year-old newcomer Dylan Georgiades who plays Ayshe's young son. He plays a fun curious character and shares some great conversations with both Crowe and Kurylenko" - Matt Twomey (ABC Radio Brisband / www.thefilmpie.com)

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"Dylan Georgiades, in his screen debut, is superb (and nicely directed) as Ayshe's young son Orhan" - Louise Keller, Urban Cinefile

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"The acting, too, is top notch, with Russell putting in a gripping turn as a father looking for his lost children. The rest of the cast also rise to the challenge, with young Dylan and the stoic Ylmaz particularly excelling in their roles" - Pearl & Dean

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"I fell in love with him.  He’s such a lovely, lovely boy with a beautiful energy.  He was exciting and willing to do things.  He was always talking to Russell and listening to him and I could see how he wanted to do his best.  It’s surprising for a child because they can get tired.  I’ve seen that.  That didn’t happen here.  I hope he gets more work after this because he really deserves it" - Olga Kurylenko Interview

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"The catalyst for this hesitant romance is Ayshe's cheeky son, Orhan (Dylan Georgiades), who speaks excellent english for a Turkish boy. As a character, Orhan is altogether too cute - a walking plot device that wants to steal the show"  - Australian Financial Review

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"There is a surprisingly endearing performance from Olga Kurylenko and her onscreen son, played by Dylan Georgiades" - Sydney Daily Telegraph

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