This is the story of two Greek families, named Delafrangas and Bisbikides. The former family is very wealthy & lucky, the latter very poor and continually struck by fate. Poor but honest ...
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A satire of life in modern Greece, presented through a series of different stories about sex. We see several couples and their relation with sex in parallel stories that come together in a hilarious way as the film progresses.
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Two brothers, Mihalis and Nondas are working in a mortuary trying to make money, since Nondas owes a great amount of money to the Greek Mob and has to repay it; so he proposes to Mihalis ... See full summary »
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This is the story of two Greek families, named Delafrangas and Bisbikides. The former family is very wealthy & lucky, the latter very poor and continually struck by fate. Poor but honest Martha is in love with Giakoumis, a young builder and bouzouki organist, but all her dreams fall apart when posh Tzela "steals" the love of her beloved one... A couple of flash backs, following their families roots back to WW2 and the Turkish domination, and a hidden secret will unfold the story's ending... Written by
Yiorgos Efthimiadis <email@example.com>
I never go to the cinema nowadays to watch a Greek film because most that are made are awful and all about sexual relationships.I don't like that.But when i saw the trailer for "To klama vgike apo ton paradeiso", I was surpised!It was very promising, so me and my friends went to see it.And it was indeed very good!It makes fun of old Greek films that are considered here classics and if you recognize them, the film is even funnier!I don't know if a non-Greek would like it as much.
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