Greece, 2007, 87 Minute Running Time
Topics: Crime, Experimental
Program: Awards Buzz
Language: Greek English Sub-Titles
Awards: 2008 Official Oscar Submission: Best Foreign Language Film
2007 Thessaloniki-International competiti
One of the best Greek films of the past year features a homeless man, newly released from prison, who wanders the streets of multiethnic Athens on a journey that may or may not have sinister implications. Along the way, director Thanos Anastopoulos poses questions about identity, xenophobia, and the nature of violence in contemporary Greek society.
DIRECTOR: Thanos Anastopoulos
Producer: Thanos Anastopoulos, Stella Theodoraki
Editor: Napoleon Stratoyannakis
Screenwriter: Thanos Anastopoulos, Vassilis Raissis
Cinematographer: Ilias Adamis
Principal Cast: Giorgos Symeonidis, Ornela Kapetani, Savina Alimani, Nikos Georgakis, Buyar Alimani
Filmography: All the Weight of the World (2004), What’s Your Name? (1998)
Print Source: Fantasia Ltd.
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