When Daisy saves the life of police officer Markos she is immediately promoted to the drug department of the police. Markos falls in love with her and they start going out until he asks her...
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Dachau in 1965. Natasha Arseni missing over 20 years from Greece. Shortly before returning visits the former concentration camp. On the train to the motherland begins to remember the years ... See full summary »
Angelos Kreouzis (Nikos Kourkoulos) survives a shipwreck and reveals to the committee in charge that the disaster was not an accident, but the consequence of the neglect of the ship by those responsible.
1940. Anna stay alone, her husband her brother her father leave for the war with the Italians. The attack of the Germans will give a hard blow to her family. She will continue to fight, approaching the German commander of the area.
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When Daisy saves the life of police officer Markos she is immediately promoted to the drug department of the police. Markos falls in love with her and they start going out until he asks her to marry him. That's exactly when she meets a junkie named Tasos Bekiris and falls in love with him. When he is murdered by a mysterious woman all the clues lead to Daisy who tries to prove her innocence. As she discovers, this woman is in charge of a drug-smuggling racket and she is also planning to import a huge quantity of heroin in Athens. Daisy kills her and arrives at their meeting place along with Markos. Written by
Vigilante policewoman sets law and order in Greece upside down...
... in this kitschy police action thriller. Daisy? I thought her name was "Desi," like "Desiree..." Anyway, Daisy shoots anything that moves: bad guys, good guys, suspects, undercover cops... and gets away with it! Obstruction of justice? Daisy helps her junkie lover flee the scene of a crime, entraps drug dealers while performing unauthorized undercover work as a prostitute... I would have changed the ending. Inspector Markos says something like "I won't turn you in because even cops are entitled to love."
Instead I would have him extort marriage from Daisy in exchange for his silence. He knows she has just wasted an undercover cop, Nikos Kourkoulos after shooting a suspect in her own home home, obstructed justice by concealing her part in her lover's murder... A great movie, a great looking woman. A great plot. You'll love it.
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