Stone Years (1985)

Director
Pantelis Voulgaris

Main cast
Themis Bazaka; Dimitris Katalifos

Genres
Drama

Description
The true story of a young couple (Babis and Eleni) fighting for love and freedom. An odyssey in and out of prisons during the dark period between the Greek civil war until the end of dictatorship in 1974


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