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The Seventh Sun of Love (2001)

O 7os ilios tou erota (original title)
The historical facts in Asia Minor, in the years 1920-1922, are told through the life story of a young Greek woman.

Director:

Vangelis Serdaris
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4 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Katerina Papadaki Katerina Papadaki ... Aglaia Tranou
Thodoris Skourtas Thodoris Skourtas ... Dimitrios
Hrysanthos Pavlou Hrysanthos Pavlou ... Pericles
Maria Kavoukidou Maria Kavoukidou ... Elena (as Elena Maria Kavoukidou)
Thalia Prokopiou Thalia Prokopiou
Zlatina Todeva Zlatina Todeva ... Aglaia's grandmother
Tasia Pantazopoulou Tasia Pantazopoulou ... Maria
Haris Emmanouil ... Colonel Economou
Stefanos Gulyamdzhis Stefanos Gulyamdzhis ... Teiresias
Pavlos Visariou Pavlos Visariou
Nikos Kefalas Nikos Kefalas
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Thalia Argyriou ... Labrini Tranou
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The historical facts in Asia Minor, in the years 1920-1922, are told through the life story of a young Greek woman.

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Genres:

Drama | Romance

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Country:

Greece | Bulgaria | Turkey

Language:

Greek

Release Date:

7 December 2001 (Greece) See more »

Also Known As:

Aşkın 7. Güneşi See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color (Fujicolor)
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A Good Period Piece
26 September 2004 | by vardaxisSee all my reviews

Aglaia is a country girl living in a small village in 1920s Greece. She is "disgraced" after becoming pregnant and even though her mother and grandmother perform an abortion, she is not welcome to stay in the village. Her mother manages to place her as a servant in the rich household of an army Major in Athens. Most of the film centers on Aglaia's interactions with the Major, his wife and the Major's orderly, Pericles. A significant part of the story involves the political situation in Greece at the time, and the disastrous Asia Minor campaign, which obviously intrudes into the Major's household. Overall, a carefully executed film giving a faithful rendition of the era and exploring the sexual mores of the time, exposing the double standards of the society that it portrays.


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