Based on the beloved Christmas story by O'Henry, the film takes the 100 year old story and places it in the economical crisis of today. Della is a young woman of limited income who is desperate to buy her partner a Christmas present on Christmas Eve. In order to gain money for the cause, she decides to sell her hair, however her sacrifice may prove to be a futile one.
One dollar and eighty-seven cents. And the next day would be Christmas.
Did You Know?
The director (Daskarolis) and the two protagonists (Siskou and Bozinidis) spent about two weeks of everyday rehearsals in order to find their characters. For the first week they didn't even touch the script. See more
One, two, three four, plus two equals six, plus five equals eleven and one equals twelve. Twelve euros. Shit.
We Three Kings of Orient Are
Written by John H. Hopkins
Adapted for piano by Kostika Çollaku
(as Costika Collaku) See more