Stathis is a teenager who owns a pirate radio station that broadcasts at the same frequency used by another pirate radio station, owned by Stamatis and his friends. This leads to many ... See full summary »
Summer holiday on a Greek island, where the flavor of the season is tourism and that of sexual hi-jinx. A young local man, Stathi, who thrives every summer on the fun that ensues, has ... See full summary »
A son and his stepmother, without noticing their father/husband peeping at them, make love on a horse. The father, while being a painter, gets inspired and begins a new painting that creates tension between them.
i love these kinds of films. but for all the wrong reasons. why? i can't explain. but lovers of the bad movie genre (a genre definitely in the works)will understand. this film is actually pretty good in certain areas. the plot seems steady, some of the action sequences are quite gripping, particularly if you like raw film-making. and the actual "fist fighting" scenes are classic. these actors did not know one thing about how to throw a punch. their fighting abilities are clumsy at best. kinda like the legendary fight sequence in 'bridget jones diary" only in this movie i found myself laughing even harder because these actors (i think)were taking this very seriously. omiros efstratiadis' general direction in this film is better than most other entries i have seen of his. the actors do a reasonable job, but it does slip into that daytime melodrama type thing. but that's the directors fault. overall, "Diamonds on her naked Flesh" (the English translation)is an unbalanced film, but it still manages to deliver the goods for those of you who are into the bad movie genre. if you can find it, there's very little chance you'll find it with subtitles. there may be an English dubbed version, but the story is quite easy to follow if you don't understand Greek.
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