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This army satire follows a small group of Greek soldiers in the island of Kos, when they are assigned to spend a few days guarding a small rock island named pita. After their arrival in pita, they soon face a serious problem as a small Turkish ship arrives in the area. What do these intruders really want, and what are these beautiful girls doing with them?Written by
Chris Makrozahopoulos <firstname.lastname@example.org>
As a young Greek living in Canada I have to tell you this film is great. A lot of Greek films that I have seen are pretty good however they don't have the budget to make them very fancy with special effects and such, that's why for the most part they are not very successful. THis film however, has become a box office hit in Greece. You can tell by watching it that a lot of time and money has gone into making it. Out of all the Greek films shown in the theatres in Greece all these years and the thirty thousand or so tickets it sold proves it! It's a must see film for all greeks out there or for anyone who enjoys Greek films.
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