Behind her siblings' back, a free-spirited widow engages in a fervent affair with a violin virtuoso, ignoring a much older suitor who wants to win her heart. Should she get stuck in a loveless marriage or should she follow her passion?
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The frustration of an unkept promise and an insuppressible youthful rebellion lead to an unprecedented act of love, as the daughter of the Hellenic Naval Academy's commander and a fourth-year cadet meet again in the strangest of places.
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Behind her siblings' back and against their will, Jenny Petromichali--a free-spirited, lively, and affluent forty-year-old widow--engages in a fervent love affair with the young and seductive violin virtuoso, Takis. Bent on finding happiness, Jenny will go to great lengths to keep her beloved; nevertheless, things will take an unexpected turn when a hearing-impaired and much older suitor attempts to win her heart. In the end, should Jenny take her family's advice, and then, get stuck in a loveless but profitable marriage or should she follow her passion?Written by
A female widow (Rena Vlachopoulou) falls in love with a musician (Andreas Barkoulis), but her brothers (Giannis Michalopoulos and Melpo Zarokosta) want to marry a wealthy, but mute man. The quartet will try to make the best of her siblings but she will not stop loving her violinist. Mia Trelli, Trelli Sarantara is another perfect example of good greek cinema that works thanks to an amazing perfomance by the late and great Rena Vlachopoulou but also a nice set of twists and good humor packed with terrific perfomances and an amazing ending too.
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