Nikos, a young man in contemporary Athens, wants to kill himself. An old antiquaire miraculously saves him and gives him as a gift an ancient piece of skin that is engraved with the following words: “Possessing me thou shalt possess all things, but with each wish I must shrink, even as thy own days”.
One year after their break-up, Nikos locks Sofia up in a studio basement, determined not to let her out until he understands exactly why they broke up.
A coming-of-middle-age film.
A documentary based on the original play by Euripides, Medea, now set in the streets of present day Athens through a breathtaking detective manner.
When life imitates art and not vice versa.
One man, one city, 32 hours.
Norway wears shiny shoes, dances among colorful scoundrels and bites only when she wishes to.
The story of a posh antiquer, two guards that fall in love and a decadent greek underworld that turns out to be much more romantic than one might think.
Maria starts off her adult life in the best terms, but somehow ten years later she finds herself sacrificed in the altar of the holy greek family.
A nurse, a paramedic, a gymnast and her coach have formed a service for hire. They stand in for dead people by appointment, hired by the relatives, friends or colleagues of the deceased.