Greece, 2012, 18 Minute Running Time
Topics: Drama, Social Issue
Language: Greek English Sub-Titles
It’s probably not surprising that of all the EU countries right now, Greece is the one to send us this allegorical story about a young girl sentenced to be buried alive. Racing home upon hearing her punishment, our heroine frantically searches Google’s 'how to survive'—and discovers by keeping calm she might buy about 3 hours of time. But finding sympathetic hands to help dig her out might be harder than she imagines.
DIRECTOR: Thelyia Petraki
Producer: Kostas Tagalakis
Editor: Dimitris Tolios
Screenwriter: Thelyia Petraki
Cinematographer: Jan Vogel
Principal Cast: Katerina Mavrogeorgi
This film is playing as a part of...
Shortslam: Programmers’ Picks, Part Deux
Our second package of programmer picks includes more of our favorites that were at loose ends thematically when it came to packaging groups of shorts for the lineup this year. They're films we love, and were determined to find a place for, so where better than a package of personal favorites? Enjoy... more