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I theia mou, i hipissa (1970)

A hard-working hotel cleaner poses as an undercover hippie aunt when her daughter and her free-spirited flower-child fiancé take refuge in a happy commune of non-conformists. Will she manage to talk some sense into her radical child?

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Alekos Sakellarios
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Cast

Credited cast:
Rena Vlahopoulou ... Leni
Andreas Barkoulis ... Stefanos Kriezis
Nora Valsami ... Katherine
Giannis Mihalopoulos Giannis Mihalopoulos ... Pete
Vasilis Tsivilikas ... Johnny
Maria Martika ... Hotel cleaner
Anthi Gounari ... Hotel cleaner
Dakis Dakis ... Singer
Rena Koumioti Rena Koumioti ... Singer
Giannis Poulopoulos ... Singer
Fotis Metaxopoulos ... Dancer
Nantia Fontana Nantia Fontana ... Dancer
Dimitris Tabosis Dimitris Tabosis ... Singer
Spyros Gouriotis Spyros Gouriotis ... Aeroplane passenger
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Popi Alva Popi Alva
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Storyline

To avoid a complicated truth and sustain an innocent fabrication, Leni--a middle-aged widow and a hard-working hotel cleaner--accepts the help of the friend and affluent tenant, Stefanos, when her young daughter who studies abroad, Catherine, suddenly pays a visit. Accompanied by her future father-in-law--the extremely rich Greek expatriate, Pete--and his free-spirited flower-child son, Johnny, Catherine is utterly oblivious of her mother's little scheme; however, a drastic and mutual decision will drag Leni and her team of amateur investigators deep into Matala--a happy and freewheeling commune of non-conformists in Crete. But, can the intruders blend in with the community? Will Stefanos' undercover hippie aunt manage to talk some sense into her radical child? Written by Nick Riganas

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1970s | 70s | greece | greek | hellas | See All (45) »

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Comedy | Musical

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The movie was screened between 1970-1971 and sold 481,598 tickets. It came 3rd out of 87 movies. See more »

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Country:

Greece

Language:

Greek

Release Date:

23 November 1970 (Greece) See more »

Also Known As:

My Hippie Aunt See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Finos Film See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color
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