Two young couples decide to run away from home and go to Athens in order to find the exciting life that they couldn't live at the country. The guys get busted for robbing a gas station ... See full summary »
George is a young and handsome man who only cares about motorcycles, discos, girls. When he realizes that he cannot go on living in poverty, he decides to rob his own father (Spiros ... See full summary »
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 »
Panos comes to Athens in search for a better life. He is fed up with life in the countryside, unemployment and the whole situation with his family. He hooks up with a bunch of ambitious- ... See full summary »
Thanasis Vengos plays a poor young man that comes to Athens looking for a job. We watch as he tries many different jobs; druggist, photographer, even wrestling referee. The result is always hilarious and explosive!
Two young couples decide to run away from home and go to Athens in order to find the exciting life that they couldn't live at the country. The guys get busted for robbing a gas station while the girls start working at a night club. Daisy meets a young and handsome man named Panos. He is a motorcycle racing driver. They immediately start a destructive relationship. Panos tastes his first joint with her and soon they become heroin-addicts, willing to do anything in order to get their daily fix. The film goes on describing their downfall until the apocalyptic ending. Written by
This is the stuff that legends are made of. This movie is so tragic that I feel like crying even though the last time I watched it was 10 years ago. The acting is simply superb. Panos Mixalopulos's finest moments. The prison scene where drug deprivation starts affecting him is just unmissable. All through the movie, he gets these flashbacks of himself riding a motorcycle and becoming a competitive rider. Amazing storytelling. The photography is truly spectacular. You'll get to visit exotic locations like the Greece-Turkey border and the customs office. You'll get to watch amazing action/chase sequences between the cops and Mixalopulos' motorbike. Steve McQueen would surely approve, this movie makes Bullit look feeble.Two thumbs up, another amazing effort by Dalianidis, the best comedy maker of modern cinema.
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