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Alec Fenton, an American by adoption and his wife, Marjorie, an American of Greek origin, live with their two children in Athens. Both Alec's business life and his tender relationships with his daughter are guided by a playful but deeply felt need to interpret the smallest details of the world as significant. Under the influence of powerful signs and premonitions, Alec allows himself to veer in and out of a love affair with a colleague, Katherine... (imdb)
Set in 1922, is the story of a mail order bride, one of 700, aboard the SS KING ALEXANDER, who falls in love with an American photographer. She is bound for her new husband, in New York; he is on his way home to a failed marriage. (imdb)
The true story of a young couple (Babis and Eleni) fighting for love and freedom. An odyssey in and out of prisons during the dark period between the Greek civil war until the end of dictatorship in 1974. (imdb)
Loosely based on the life of Greek poet Konstantinos Kavafis.
Philio, widow of a resistance hero comes from Boston to Athens to settle hereditary affairs, in favor of her son who also is abroad. She is welcomed by Dimitra, who tries to persuade her to denounce her portion of the inheritance as 'she had left to marry an American". Philio however fights back: she has never married again and her dead's husband behavior is not exactly as his sister remembers...
A professor of criminology tries to solve five completely unrelated murders whose only link is quotes from Pythagoras. Alongside him on this journey is a maths professor. (imdb)
The life and death of Theophilos, the major folk painter of modern Greek art. (imdb)
Against the backdrop of Athens' bustling streets, the story pivots around Drakakos, an ordinary Greek white-collar worker, and his urban ordeals during his exhausting day-off.
The film narrates the reunion with the life of a forty-year-old woman who has lost her husband and who decides to go to the reunion of her roots, on a paradisiacal Greek island. There, while reflecting on the decision of whether or not to sell the house of his Sephardic family, the past emerges with increasing intensity. (FILMAFFINITY)