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    Agonia

    • Year Released: 1969
    Agonia was a 1969 Greek drama film directed by Odysseas Kosteletos, written by Nikos Antonakos.
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    Allos gia to ekatommyrio

    • Year Released: 1964
    Allos gia to ekatommyrio or Alos gia/yia to ekatomirio (Greek: Άλλος για το εκατομμύριο, Somebody for a Millionaire) is a 1964 Greek comedy film directed by Orestis Laskos and written by Nikos Tsiforos and starring Mimis Fotopoulos, Giannis Gkionakis, Beata Assimakopoulou, Vassilis Avlonitis and Eleni Anoussaki. Until some jokingly honest employee holds his bill for his friend for a millionaire without any directions. The problems started when his friend died in an air crach and the honest employee (Mimis Fotopoulos) prepared to return for much to the lawful inheritance.
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    Gia mia choufta touristries

    • Year Released: 1971
    Gia mia choufta Touristries or Yia mia houfta touristries (Greek: Για μια χούφτα Τουρίστριες (For) A Handful of Tourists) is a 1972 Greek comedy film directed by Errikos Thalassinos and starring Alekos Alexandrakis, Ketti Papanika and Katerina Gioulaki. Two villages on the Greek touristic island antagonizes bitterly for asking to attract the most tourists.
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    The red lanterns

    • Year Released: 1963
    The Red Lanterns (Greek: Τα κόκκινα φανάρια, translit. Ta Kokkina fanaria) is a 1963 Greek drama film directed by Vasilis Georgiadis and based on a play by Alekos Galanos. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. It was also entered into the 1964 Cannes Film Festival. The film begins with a happy couple of two young people Helen and Peter the Luna Park of Athens celebrating their love. Much time later Eleni leaves Petros after a beautiful day and goes to her secret work world:The Red Lanterns. There Eleni and many other girls work as prostitutes. They look outsider of the God's Road but they are sensitive and have great souls. Every one has and her own story:Helen, the main protagonist is from Romania and travelled to Greece for a better life but because of her choices she is now the most famous of the prostitutes, Anna, she is a young woman in love with Captain Nicholas, she has a child with him without his knowledge, Mary, she is the eldest of them, a young customer named Angelus falls in love with her and quickly they begin a passionate love affair and Marina a girl from a village far away from Athens and also she is madly in love with Dorys her
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    Treloi polyteleias

    • Year Released: 1963
    Treli politelias or Treloi polyteleias (Greek: Τρελοί πολυτελείας is a 1963 Greek film directed by Stefanos Fotiadis and starring Giorgos Pantzas, Mimis Fotopoulos and Giannis Gkionakis. A young relative of a rich family was love strucked with a theatrical lady with the different untamed character and pressures with his family that did not had the time to come. As the movie did not have from it greatest from their family, received to bring an abundant laughs due to its much great stars of the movie.
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    Zorba the greek

    • Year Released: 1964
    Zorba the Greek is a 1964 film based on the novel Zorba the Greek by Nikos Kazantzakis. The film was directed by Cypriot Michael Cacoyannis and the title character was played by Anthony Quinn. The supporting cast includes Alan Bates, Lila Kedrova, Irene Papas, and Sotiris Moustakas. Basil (Alan Bates) is a half-English half-Greek writer who has been raised in Britain and bears all the hallmarks of an uptight, middle-class Englishman. He is waiting at a port in mainland Greece one day when he meets a gruff, yet enthusiastic peasant and musician named Zorba (Anthony Quinn). Basil explains to Zorba that he is traveling to a rural Cretan village where his father owns some land, with the intention of opening up a lignite mine and perhaps curing his writer's block. Zorba relates his experience with mining and convinces Basil to take him along. When they arrive at Crete, they take a car to the village where they are greeted enthusiastically by the town's impoverished peasant community. They stay with an old, French war widow named Madame Hortense (Lila Kedrova) in her self-styled "Hotel Ritz". The ever audacious Zorba tries to persuade Basil into making a move on Madame Hortense, but when
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