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Silicon Tears (2001)
Το κλάμα βγήκε από τον παράδεισο (original title)
To klama vgike apo ton paradisso (title with latin characters)
Fiction, 105 min
 
Production country   Greece
Language   Greek
Directors   Michalis Reppas, Thanassis Papathanassiou
Scriptwriters   Michalis Reppas, Thanassis Papathanassiou
Producer   Elena Hatzialexandrou
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The story focuses on the conflict between two families: the very wealthy Delafranga family and the dirt poor Bisbiki family. Femmes fatales, incorruptible lawyers, society babes, working class guys, sunken ships, marriages of convenience and all the themes of the tear-jerker cinema of the '60s in general get caught up in the whirlwind of this showdown. Most of the story takes place in the decade '65-'70, while there are two flashbacks: the first to the Occupation, where the way in which the old Greek films presented the national resistance against the German invaders is ridiculed and the second to the turn of the 20th century and the era of folk movies.
 
Technical Specifications Image / Sound
Color / Black & White   Color
Sound format   Dolby SR
Production format   35mm
Distribution format   35mm
 
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