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To koritsi tis Manis (1986)

| Drama, Romance
An American teacher falls for a Greek musical prodigy while exploring one of the oldest and most mysterious regions of Greece, the Mani.

Director:

Paul Annett

Writers:

Philip Broadley (adaptation), Nikos Gatsos (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Antzela Gerekou Antzela Gerekou ... Eleni Kaleas
Alex Hyde-White ... Alan Cooper
Andreas Manolikakis Andreas Manolikakis ... Petros
Giorgos Foundas ... Panagos
Giorgos Kotanidis ... Calchas
Emilia Della Rocca Emilia Della Rocca
Despina Tomazani Despina Tomazani
Loukas Metaxas Loukas Metaxas
Renata Papakosta Renata Papakosta
Tonis Giakovakis Tonis Giakovakis
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Voula Alexopoulou Voula Alexopoulou
Andreas Andreopoulos Andreas Andreopoulos
Fantis Antonis Fantis Antonis
Don Coleman Don Coleman
Vicky Dimitriou Vicky Dimitriou
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An American teacher falls for a Greek musical prodigy while exploring one of the oldest and most mysterious regions of Greece, the Mani.

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For Her Love Has Become A Desperate Dream.

Genres:

Drama | Romance

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Country:

UK | Greece

Language:

English | Greek

Also Known As:

The Girl from Mani See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$4,000,000 (estimated)
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MNK Productions See more »
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Color
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Don't bother
10 April 2008 | by bmck-1See all my reviews

I have just seen this, and am trying to work out why it is so truly awful. The worst thing was not the hammy and predictable plot, the two dimensional characters, useless acting or the cheesy male lead, but the fact that it was obviously and unconvincingly dubbed - I think they might have even used each voice for several roles. Certainly the young women all sounded the same.

Another thing, why do films set in Greece, but made in English by English/American speakers, totally ignore authentic Greek body language? I think I will go and watch a Vougiouklaki to try and wipe the taste of this out of my mouth.


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