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TWO TURKISH EGGS


(1987)- Direction: FOTIADIS ARIS
Original Title:
TWO TURKISH EGGS
Μεταγενέστεροι Τίτλοι:
FRIENDS (THE)

Year of Production:
1987
Film Director:
FOTIADIS ARIS
Genre:
FEATURE FILM, COMEDY

Screenplay:
FOTIADIS ARIS

Director of Photography:
MANIATIS SAKIS
Editing:
VARELA ELVIRA
Sound Engineer:
BAIRAKTARIS ANTONIS
Musical Composition:
PORTOKALOGLOU NIKOS

Film synopsis:
Giannis (Antonis Kafetzopoulos) is a subversive young man who rebels against any social institution or authority. Unemployed by conviction, he cohabits with his German friend Ilze, who supports him, helps his arrogant uncle, a fallen aristocrat, with his drug smuggling, and becomes friends with a Pontian Turk, Mustapha (Dimitris Piatas). Mustapha had entered Greece illegally and followed Giannis to Athens, hoping to find his Greek grandmother, who is none other than Giannis’ grandmother as well. Mustapha steals the heart of Ilze, whom he entertains with tales of his exploits, but the uncle turns them over to the police, and so they are truly in a tight squeeze. They get out of doing time and despite it all, leave for Turkey, but they stray into Albania, where they are arrested and sentenced to manual labor.

Assistant Director:
DIMITRAKOPOULOU ELENA
Assistant Director of Photography:
MANIATIS DIMITRIS
Sound Engineer:
ATHANASOPOULOS DIMITRIS
Production Manager:
MICHAILIDIS AIMILIOS
Assistant Production Manager / Property Manager:
PANTATZIS GIORGOS


Production:
FORUM L.T.D.
Producer:
MANIATIS SAKIS

Cast:
PIATAS DIMITRIS
KAFETZOPOULOS ANTONIS
PAPPA ATHINA
PERLEGKAS TIMOS
POULIKAKOS DIMITRIS
VOLANAKI NTORA
IOAKEIMIDIS DIMITRIS
CHALKIAS KOSTAS
DAFNIS NIKOS
NIKOLAIDIS PANOS
VAMVAKOUSIS MANOLIS
MANIATIS VANGELIS
PAPAGEORGIOU KOSTAS
PANAGIOTOPOULOS MICHALIS
KOERING GUNAR

Title Language:
GREEK, MODERN (1453 - )
Dialogue Language(s):
GREEK, MODERN (1453 - )

Duration:
91'
Color:
COLOR
Sound:
SOUND

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