This documentary begins with two middle-aged men who quarrel about which music is better for tomato farming: Wagner or traditional Greek music. Then it pleasantly explores how a fantastic and strange imagination can bring fresh air to a small decaying Greek village where only old people and animals are left behind. The discord between the extremes, i.e. reality and idealism, anxiety and hope, worry and relief, eventually comes to make a harmony with the help of the chemistry that is created by the humor and vitality of the old women working in the organic tomato farm. And the three fantastic stories that Alexandros tells are worth listening to for sure. (H.Jay LEE)
[Screening Information]-UMFF On Air (Online Screening) / 10.23 ~ 11.01 (10 days) / Korean Open (limited for Korea region)
* Every film is only available from 00:00(KST) on its start date to 23:59(KST) on its end date.
She directs and produces documentary series and independent films of Greek production and co-productions with European broadcasters such as the BBC, ARTE and YLE. She has received awards for The School, Fragments, Food for Love, and The Longest Run which was nominated for the European Film Awards 2016. The Longest Run also won the VER.DI award at Dok Leipzig.