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Homa kai nero (1999)

Nicolas is a shepherd. He is around twenty years old, thin and spirited. Constantina is eighteen years old. Constantina fell in love with Nikolas the very first time she saw him with his ... See full summary »

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Nikolas (as Giorgos Karamihos)
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Konstadina (as Photini Papadodima)
Lena Kitsopoulou ...
Elena
Giannis Angelakas
Katerina Karayanni
Mihalis Mitrousis ...
Makis
Dimitris Siakaras ...
Stergios
Nikos Georgakis ...
Hristos
Vasias Eleftheriadis ...
Ivan
Alex Moukanos ...
Viktoras
Eleini Dimopoulou
Zafiris Katramadas
Efi Drosou
Thodoros Teknetzidis
Dimitra Hatoupi ...
Adriana

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Nicolas is a shepherd. He is around twenty years old, thin and spirited. Constantina is eighteen years old. Constantina fell in love with Nikolas the very first time she saw him with his lyre at the bull sacrifice ritual. She entered the whirlpool of ecstasy and became his lover. Their relationship was clearly physical, all other things were setting them apart. Constantina decides that they should break up. "We come from different places and head in different directions", she says. When she finds out that she is pregnant, she does not tell Nikolas... Written by Anonymous

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21 April 2000 (Greece)  »

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Earth and Water  »

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A terrible movie.
15 July 2008 | by (Pennsylvania) – See all my reviews

This is one of the dumbest movies I have ever seen. There is no discernible plot. I am Greek and speak and understand the language fluently. My culture would allow me to understand if there were any Greek traditions or meaning to the story line. There was none. The direction of the movie... well, there was none. I doubt there was a script. Perhaps a plot line was the basis for filming. I think the director just pointed his cameras and had his actors says whatever came to their minds from the notes they may have been given on 3x5 cards. The editing process was atrocious. Scenes were thrown together helter-skelter with no apparent continuity.


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