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Vasiliki (film)

Vasiliki (Greek: Βασιλική) is a Greek film directed by Vangelis Serdaris. It released in 1997 and star Paschalis Tsarouhas and Tamila Koulieva. The film received the Greek Film Critics Association Awards. Also, Paschalis Tsarouhas won the award for best actor in the Cairo International Film Festival and Giorgos Tsangaris won the award for best music in Greek State Film Awards.

Vasiliki
Directed by Vangelis Serdaris
Written by Vangelis Serdaris
Starring Paschalis Tsarouhas
Tamila Koulieva
Vasilis Papanikas
Vivian Kontomari
Music by Giorgos Tsangaris
Cinematography Aggelos Viskadourakis
Edited by Kostas Raftopoulos
Release date
  • November 15, 1997 (1997-11-15)
Running time
135 minutes
Country Greece
Language Greek

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PlotEdit

The film presents the riotous years immediately after the Greek Civil War. Vasiliki is the wife of a Greek communist guerrilla during Greek Civil War. The local gendarmerie arrests her because she brought food to her husband. The chief of gendarmerie charmed by her beauty, rapes her. Then, he moved in another city but returned to ask her to follow him (meanwhile her husband had been killed in the war). His love for the wife of a communist is the cause for which he is expelled by the gendarmerie. Thus he moves to a place in Northern Greece making plans for his professional future. After the sudden death of his partner his plans fail. He seeks help from a rich businessman who though uses his ideas for his own purposes. The impediments that he meets make him more and more violent resulting to lose his wife and eventually to reach the crime when he kills the businessman.[1]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Vasiliki". tainiothiki.gr. Retrieved 26 July 2014.
  2. ^ "award 1997". Thessaloniki International Film Festival. Retrieved 26 July 2014.
  3. ^ "Vasiliki - Awards". imdb. Retrieved 26 July 2014.

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