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Two women, one old car and the trip to the dream; a Greek road movie, dry and real and full of stories, like the Greek rural roads are... See more (2 total) »

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Directed by
Vasilis Tselemegos 
 
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Vagelis Nassis 

Produced by
Ninos Elmatzioglou .... producer
Hristina Goleka .... assistant producer
 
Original Music by
Alexander Christaras 
Michael Nivolianitis 
 
Cinematography by
Yorgos Giannelis 
 
Set Decoration by
Agni Doutsi 
 
Costume Design by
Vicky Adamou 
 
Makeup Department
Rania Tounousidou .... hair stylist
Evelina Vierrou .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Takis Katselis .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Monica Baxevani .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Dimitris Avgeros .... prop man
 
Sound Department
Dimitris Kanellopoulos .... boom operator
Mihalis Ktistakis .... sound recordist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Andreas Garouniatis .... grip
Stavros Partheniadis .... electrician
Akis Zorbas .... camera operator
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Hristina Sabanikou .... assistant costume designer
 
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Aliki Panagi .... script supervisor
 

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Two women, one old car and the trip to the dream; a Greek road movie, dry and real and full of stories, like the Greek rural roads are..., 9 July 2008
Author: kanenasaliosa from Europe

Katy (Dimitra Matsouka) and Irene (Eleni Kastani) are two old friends, born, brought-up and currently living, in Didimoticho, a Greek town near the far North-East borders of the country. Katy is single, pretty and a hairdresser's assistant. According to the gossip of the men in town she is, as well, supposed to be promiscuous in her affairs. Irene is married to Dimitris, runs a lingerie shop and her self esteem is somehow low.

Katy has a dream: "to leave" and escape from something. Irene has a dream: to get pregnant and get Dimitris' interest back.

One day Katy persuades Irene to join a trip to Myconos. The trip is impossible but they manage to get on. On the way to south (Athens) the stories and personal experiences of the people they meet unfold in a semi-professional way, allowing life to dance with death, reality to survive the dreams and hope to prevail from pain.

The movie is shot many times assimilating an amateur camera shooting and at other times the dialogues are not following the same level and expectations of the plot. Judging though the movie as "not good" could be a defense for the painful reality; domestic violence, women's rights, closed communities, social exclusion and stigma for the weak one, social norms of the superficial success, finding God in the modern Balkans and the loneliness of death, are all met, felt and lived in this movie. And both Tselemegos(director) and Nassis (writer) vote for life, when the ultimate pain produces love, in a dramatic and long lasting ending.

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