Golfo

  (Redirected from Golfo (1914 film))

Golfo is a 1914 Greek silent film directed by Konstadinos Bahatoris. It is the first Greek feature film. It was based on a popular Greek bucolic play written by Spyridon Peresiadis.

Golfo
Directed byKonstadinos Bahatoris
Produced byKonstadinos Bahatoris
StarringVirginia Diamadi
Olympia Damaskou
Dionysios Venieris
Georgios Ploutis
Release date
  • 22 January 1915 (1915-01-22)
CountryGreece
LanguageSilent

PlotEdit

Tasos is a young shepherd in love with Golfo and intends to marry her. However, the rich shepherdess Stavroula with the help of her father manages to lure him with the promise of a dowry. Eventually he realises his mistake and returns to Golfo, but she has poisoned herself. Driven by guilt, Tasos commits suicide.

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