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HOMELAND

by Syllas Tzoumerkas

synopsis

Thessaloniki. Stergios, a shady and tormented guy, has his 27th birthday. His mother Gena stays at home consumed by her solitude; his brother Thanos, back home after many years, is trapped with uncle Antonis in the traffic jam of Athens, caused by a manifestation against the economic crisis that is haunting the whole country; his uncle Nikitas is going to lecture at the university; his aunt Stella, who made him grow, teaches literature to kids; his cousin Anna reaches the TV studio where she works. In the space of an apparently normal day, Stergios and his relatives come to terms with their private past, dealing with the history of Greece in the last thirty years.

international title: Homeland
original title: Hòra proèlefsis
country: Greece
sales agent: Fantasia Ltd.
year: 2010
genre: fiction
directed by: Syllas Tzoumerkas
film run: 107'
screenplay: Youla Boùdali, Syllas Tzoumerkas
cast: Amalìa Moutoùssi, Thanos Samaras, Ioanna Tsirigoùli, Errìkos Lìtsis, Youla Boùdali, Ierònimos Kaletsànos, Hristos Passalis, Dèspina Georgakopoùlou, Marissa Triantafyllìdou
cinematography by: Pantelìs Mantzanàs
film editing: Panos Voutsaràs
art director: Mayou Trikerioti
costumes designer: Mayou Trikerioti
music: Drog A Tek
producer: Maria Drandaki, Thanos Anastopoulos
production: Fantasia Ltd, Greek Film Center, Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation - ERT, Pan Entertainment S.A., Homemade Films, Danza Projekt
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