I Love Greece – Feature Film
Jean and Marina, a Franco-Greek couple, are going to Athens for their summer holiday. There they meet up with Marina’s exuberant Greek family and a country in economic crisis. As they prepare to spend a romantic getaway on a small Cyclades island, Marina’s entire family decides to come along. Nothing will go as planned under the fiery Attican sun…
Directed by : Nafsika Guerry-Karamaounas, Produced by : Apaches, Soldats , Writer: Nafsika Guerry-Karamaounas, Chloé Larouchi
Dignity – FEATURE FILM
After his wife’s death, an 80-year-old man leaves his village to live in the city with his son and daughter-in-law. However, as the date of his birthday approaches, his son calls the other family members to tell them that he is no longer able to take care of him. Another solution must be found, requiring that everyone should take their responsibility.
The ticket includes the screening of the Short Film “Greek Philosophia and Chickens“.
Part drama, part comedy with a hint of romance, Greek Philosophia and Chickens follows a sixty-something best-selling romance author who, feeling invisible as woman, hires an assassin to take her out. We meet Tessa on a day she’s decided that she’s had enough. She’s ending it all, only she can’t do it herself so she’s hired an assassin to do it for her. Satisfied with the order of her home affairs, she sets out to meet him, a man she chooses to name “Keith”. As the day progresses, Tessa encounters a chef/restaurant owner, Niko, and his vivacious waitress mother, Katina, from whom she learns a Greek philosophy/saying that really gets her thinking maybe…? I mean, she is Katina, a Greek woman in her late seventies who’s full of life and is dating a man ten years younger than her, so she may be right when she says, “the old chicken’s got the juice.”