A black-comedy thriller set in Greece where death and madness cast a cloud over a luxury holiday.
A group of Londoners in their thirties head to a remote Greek island for a holiday in luxurious villa.
The film star owner isn’t there - his less successful brother Nathan is hosting the party at his expense. There’s a fully stocked wine cellar, a cornucopia of food and gorgeous female fans flinging themselves at the gates.
But one of the guests, a charming if inconsequential failed hack, is - unbeknown to his family and friends, and even to some extent himself - a little unhinged.
To everyone else, it's just a sunny, hedonistic vacation. To him it comes to resemble the second part of Crime and Punishment.
The Island's name, Kairos, means missing a crucial moment. There's a lot these people miss or fail to grasp, through choice or drink or hope. As another guest says, it's paradise without the tree of knowledge (although he is, to be fair, talking about the lack of internet connection). Sadly he will die none the wiser.
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