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Cloudy Sunday ()

Ouzeri Tsitsanis (original title)
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During the tumultuous 1943, against the backdrop of a German-occupied Thessaloniki, two star-crossed lovers struggle to surmount prejudice and fear, as the brutalities against the town's persecuted Jewish community escalate.

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Vasilis Tsitsanis
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Yorgos Samaras
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Estrea Beza
Vasiliki Troufakou ...
Lela (Lambrini)
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Jaco Beza
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Yannis
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Abraham Revah
Maria Kavoukidou ...
Rachel Beza (as Maria Kavoukidi)
Mihalis Aerakis ...
Rabbi
Yannis Aivazis ...
Tasos
Petros Xekoukis ...
Stavros
Thodoros Antoniadis ...
Alberto Beza
Xanthi Georgiou ...
Zoi Samara - Tsitsani
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Andonis Samaras
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Sara Revah
Nikos Ioannidis ...
Nikos
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sotiris Antoniou ...
Kurt
Betty Apostolou ...
Synodos anapirou
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Singer A
Abe Cohen ...
David Revah
Dimitris Danampasis ...
Leon
Hristoforos Dikas ...
Diermineas
Giorgos Floratos ...
Panagiotis
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Dieter Wisliceny
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Synodos dosilogou (as Stella Yaboura)
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Parakratikos
Grigoris Giannopoulos ...
Loukas
Hristos Glykos ...
Chason
Ada Gourbali ...
Harokameni mana
Giorgos Haleplis ...
Thymios
Thomas Hatzis ...
Manolis
Menelaos Hazarakis ...
Stelios Sakalis
Romanos Kalokyris ...
Aron
Thomas Kolovos ...
Vaggelis
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Daponte
Konstantina Maltezou ...
Girl in choir
Frixos Manasakis ...
Diermineas
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Rout
Nikos Mavroudis ...
Brunner
Sofia Mermiga ...
Meroula
Dimitris Paleohoritis ...
Nikos Mouschoundis
Ioanna Paleopanou ...
Gita
Sasa Papalambrou ...
Margarita
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Mystirios pelatis
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Fotis
Fanis Prassas ...
Dekaneas
Argyris Sazaklis ...
Christos
Michael Seibel ...
Merten
Yiorgos Triantafyllou ...
Pateras
Kyriakos Tzoulatis ...
Stratiotis
Panos Zygouros ...
Serafeim

Directed by

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Manousos Manousakis

Written by

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Ada Gourbali ... (screenplay)
 
Manousos Manousakis ... (screenplay)
 
Giorgios Skabardonis ... (book)
 
Vasilis Spiliopoulos ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Maria Manousaki ... producer

Music by

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Themis Karamouratidis

Cinematography by

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Kostas Gikas

Film Editing by

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Lambis Haralambidis ... (edited by)

Editorial Department

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Athanasios Mylonopoulos ... first assistant editor

Production Design by

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Antonis Halkias
Giorgos Papadatos

Set Decoration by

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Antonis Halkias

Costume Design by

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Anna Maherianaki

Makeup Department

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Eirini Hasapi ... hair stylist
Nabile Salame ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Mihalis Karahalios ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Christina Ksanthopoulou ... second assistant director
Andreas Marianos ... assistant director
Mihalis Vogiatzakis ... assistant director

Sound Department

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Dimitris Athanasopoulos ... sound recordist
Costas Bokos ... sound mixer
Giorgos Frangiskos ... foley artist
Aris Galanos ... dialogue editor
Manolis Manousakis ... sound designer (sound designer)
Alyssa Moxley ... foley artist
Panagiotis Tsagarakis ... foley artist

Special Effects by

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Nabile Salame ... special effects makeup
Michalis Samiotis ... special effects

Visual Effects by

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Antonis Nikolaou ... visual effects supervisor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Kostas Drakakis ... second assistant camera
Manu Tilinski ... focus puller
Irini Zevgoli ... second assistant camera

Music Department

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Tasos Bakatsielas ... music mixer
Constantinos Evangelidis ... music coordinator

Script and Continuity Department

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Sapfo Hrysouli ... script supervisor

Other crew

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Nasos Ziagos ... production assistant

Thanks

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Michalis Ahouriotis ... thanks
Sotiris Hatzakis ... thanks
Kostas Koutsomytis ... thanks
Nineta Lembesi ... thanks
Giannis Vouros ... thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

During World War II in Greece, under the submission of Germans, one Christian, Giorgos, falls in love with a Jewish, Estrea, something completely forbidden. Can they and their families overcome all the obstacles, along with racial discriminations and hardship? The story mainly takes place in an ouzeria, in which Tsitsanis works, one of the greatest Greek composer, librettist and singer in the 20th century. Written by George Kostopoulos (georgonio2)

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Taglines The untold story of Thessaloniki's Jewish community, which suffered the greatest losses in Europe during the 2nd World War. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Ουζερί Τσιτσάνης (Greece)
  • Cloudy Sunday (United States)
  • Domingo Nublado (Brazil)
  • Domingo sombrío (Argentina)
Runtime
  • 116 min
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Trivia Based on the homonymous book by Yorgos Skabardonis. See more »

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