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Kleon is a poor man trying to make his living with a small job at a bank. One day, he discovers an accounting error and deciding not to report it, he takes the money and instantly becomes rich. This gives him the chance to live the rich life of his dreams, but is there any chance for this change to go unnoticed by the bank? Written by
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A film that was meant to make international career, far beyond the Greek borders and definitely deserved to. The performance of D. Horn, one of the most important actors of the century in Greece, is outstanding. The plot is excellent, with clever findings, the story is deep, very human, and sensitive. This kind of films that force you to look inside you and reconsider, and at the same time funny and tender. It is really a pity that did not make it abroad, and therefore i do not know if it is easy to be found with subtitles. Recently , in Greece there was released a DVD with English subtitles. If you find a copy , it is definitely worth to watch.
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