Location: Redstone Theater
Dir. Marios Piperides. 2018, 93 mins. DCP. In Greek with English subtitles. With Adam Bousdoukos, Vicky Papadopoulos, Ozgur Karadeniz. In this sharp political comedy, a Greek Cypriot faces a bureaucratic nightmare when his dog crosses the buffer zone into the Turkish sector of the divided city of Nicosia. Reluctantly he joins forces with a cast of unexpected characters, among them a Turkish settler, in hopes of getting his dog back home. Winner Best International Narrative Feature at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival 2018.
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