Athens, Greece, The age of Economic crisis. Demetris is a highly independent man, living a normal life. A confirmed bachelor at the age of 33! When the moment arrives, his choice will ... See full summary »
The gods don't like humans forcing the hand of fate. When Jo turns up in Greece with her sons even though she knows that the festival she founded has been cancelled because of the recession... See full summary »
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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Young teacher Floras arrives to teach a class at a girls' high school in Athens. His students, daughters of rich Athenian families, are very spoilt making his and the other teachers work ... See full summary »
A shy and reluctant Theology high school teacher in Thessaloniki decides to solve his erection problem by consulting a doctor for the first time after two years. The doctor just replies that the problem can be solved by Ro 20 (Ρ 20). Ro 20 is played fabulously by Dimitris Starovas. He is a former psychologist (now operating his father's import export meat business) that uses company trucks as moving brothels. Ro 20 actually stands for "Russian 20 years old" which eventually means that Lakis Lazopoulos has to cheat on his wife to solve his problem.
Lakis Lazopoulos portrays the shy theologist very well and he is instantly likable and Vassilis Haralabopoulos is good as the goofy "sidekick" who helps him through the movie. Jokes are present in each scene but what makes you laugh the most are the two main characters as well as the whole Ro 20 scenes. The movie turns a bit serious towards the end as Lazopoulos's character rethinks and makes some decisions to close with a good ending.
Overall a standard N.W.O.G.C. (New Wave Of Greek Comedy) that doesn't give you straightforward jokes (as is the case in most NWOGC) and is good for an afternoon video.
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