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Pier Paolo Pasolini
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Greece's official submission to the 1978's Oscar in the Best Foreign Film category. See more »
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This film was the first movie I ever saw and cried watching. It's an adaptation of the classic play by Euripides, Iphigenia at Aulis. The cast was wonderful, and the cinemotography was spectacular. The story of a young girl caught between her fears and the country's will, one cannot help but cry.
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