With director Costa-Gavras in conversation with actors Christos Loulis and Alexandros Bourdoumis, moderated by Foster Hirsch, Brooklyn College film professor
Dir. Costa-Gavras. 2019. 124 mins. DCP. With Christos Loulis, Alexander Bourdoumis, Ulrich Tukur, Christos Stergioglou. With the economy in tatters and Greece on the verge of bankruptcy, the new leftist government confronts the intransigence of a European Union intent on imposing crippling austerity measures upon the country. Based on the book by Yanis Varoufakis, formerly Minister of Finance, who led the negotiations with Greece’s creditors in 2015.
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