An honest--and above all--incorruptible IRS auditor who aspires to be a good husband and a reliable provider is rewarded with an unforeseen and disgraceful transfer instead. Now, only a hunger strike will make his superiors see his worth.
In a small Greek village, short time after the collapse of the Junta regime, a memorial of those who died in the German occupation of Greece brings in the surface the political differences of a conservative teacher and his two sons.
Successful thanks to the monthly cheques of his young wife's uncle, a parsimonious contractor will find himself in a fine mess when an affluent and suave suitor intends on marrying his spouse. Is he willing to change to keep her?
Thanasis Vengos plays a poor young man that comes to Athens looking for a job. We watch as he tries many different jobs; druggist, photographer, even wrestling referee. The result is always hilarious and explosive!
An honest and generous pedlar who works his fingers off to eke out an existence is about to lose his wife because of his thoughtful attitude. Eventually, he promises to change; nevertheless, is this what he really wants?
With six sisters on the verge of marriage, a desperate spinster aunt, and an entire block of flats depending on him, an indefatigable concierge is making plans for the future; however, he must first find suitable husbands for his siblings.
Honest, hard-working--and above all--incorruptible, Thanassis Maganas, an indefatigable IRS auditor who aspires to be a good husband and a reliable provider for his family, reluctantly accepts his wife's desire for contribution to the household's income. As a result, the couple rarely see each other--and to make matters worse--Thanassis' personal success in a huge case of a shameless tax evasion will eventually reward the loyal employee with an unforeseen and disgraceful transfer instead. Now, only a hunger strike will make Thanassis' superiors see his worth; however, is it worth to risk it all to find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow?Written by