The political authority has passed to lefts by force. The two extreme sides of the new order are expressed through the story of two friends, which turns into a political thriller where ... See full summary »

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Kostas Antalopoulos ...
Vassilis
Dimitris Papadatos ...
George
Chrysa Kornazidi ...
Maria
Eirini Kazakou ...
Amanda
Lefteris Eleftheriou ...
Chief
Thodoris Smeros ...
Takis / Commander
Dimitris Preve ...
Petros
Tasos Kostis ...
Ioannou
Giorgos Matentzidis ...
Agent A
Tasos Tziviskos ...
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Georgios Evangellopoulos ...
Agent C (as Giorgos Evaggelopoulos)
Themistoklis Siatos ...
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Vanessa Kiziriadi ...
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Vassilis Vassilakis ...
Minister / Prison Guard (voice)
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The political authority has passed to lefts by force. The two extreme sides of the new order are expressed through the story of two friends, which turns into a political thriller where political and human values collide. Vasilis, an agent of the regime of the ''Left-Wing Liberty'', is in dilemma over whether or not to kill his best friend, Giorgos, who is adherent of the right wing, and he wants through his actions to restore the previous social structure and status . What is stronger? The hypocrisy of political ideology or the human factor? Could the ruling class show a more human character in the name of friendship? The conflict is inevitable ... Written by Anonymous

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Short | Crime | Drama | Thriller

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20 September 2011 (Greece)  »

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€18,000 (estimated)
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Breaking You
Music by Tasos Kollias
Written by Andy Papadimitriou
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Fear the Ideology!
6 November 2011 | by (Greece) – See all my reviews

Two friends found themselves against each other when the government changes. Despite their past and the fact being best friends, their conflict is great. Love, passion, friendship.. all at stake, and this because of someone's belief. Is ideology more important than friendships? Is a political party more important than a human life? The subject of this movie is up-to-date, especially nowadays, with the economic crisis. I had the chance to see this movie in the 34th Drama Festival and it was one of the top movies competed. Excellent photography (rare for Greek standards)! I would like to see future work, as well as a full length movie, of Mr. Papadimitriou!

Outstanding!


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