During the day, he is a polite and chaste high-school scholar--but when at night he sleepwalks under a different personality--he becomes the cool guy in his dreams, completely unaware of his scandalous shenanigans and his double identity.
A fierce clash of two different cultures lingers on, as two pirate radio stations, "Radio Crush" and "Studio 69", take turns in broadcasting over the same frequency. Will there ever be a happy ending and a truce among pirates?
A kind pipe-dreamer has hopes in pursuing his aspirations and marrying his sweetheart; however, a string of unforeseen situations will bring him back to square one. But, what good is a motorcycle when his love is in someone else's arms?
During the summer of 1984, on a sun-kissed Greek island somewhere in the Mediterranean where the azure sea is radiant, Stathis and his army of Greek lovers do their best to keep the lonely female tourists happy.
Bent on making it big, a motley crew of small-time crooks assembles to plan and execute a big-time bank heist, unbeknownst to them that someone is using them as a decoy for a much bigger job behind their backs.
After following his late mother's advice, Mitsos, the restless and mischievous son of a matchmaking fortune-teller, decides to start his own independent matchmaking agency with his childhood friend, Spinos. But to succeed and satisfy his impatient clientele's whims, Mitsos resorts to numerous intricate disguises, depending on the circumstance. Nevertheless, just when everything seemed to be going well with this infallible tactic, Mitsos will have a chance encounter with Eve, a client's charming daughter, and his heart will start skipping a beat. Could this be a match made in heaven?Written by
Two childhood friends, Mitsos and Spinos, after failing as mobsters, open a marriage agency where they use techniques of deception that learned as kids from their mothers. Led by Sotiris Moustakas unbelievable charm in the leading role 'Mitsos o Rezilis' is one of those rare films from the 1980's that worked since most of the greek vhs films of that time were either really good or either truly bad and this was thankfully in the first part. Plus i really loved everytime he was changing clothes and basically in the end he totally blew it in the hotel. (10/10)
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