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WORD OF HONOUR (EVAGORA’S VOW)

by Andreas Pantzis

synopsis

Evagoras has five daughters, bus he want a son, so he makes a vow to Saint Andreas, if he will have a son he will walk all the way to the saint's monastery on foot. When the son arrives Evagoras must to go to the monastery, but the way is full up to traps and it is a long way...

international title: Word of Honour (Evagora’s Vow)
original title: To Tama
country: Greece, Bulgaria, Cyprus
sales agent: Hellas Film - Greek Film Centre
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Andreas Pantzis
film run: 153'
release date: GR 18/01/2002
screenplay: Andreas Pantzis, Alexandre Adabachian
cast: Valeria Golino, Stephania Pantzi, Georges Corraface, Popi Avraam, Andreas Vassiliou, Yannis Voglis, Ilias Aletras, Neoklis Neokleous, Nana Georgiou, Yannis Thedorou
cinematography by: Nikolay Lazarov
film editing: Fani Ziozia
art director: Stefanos Athienitis
costumes designer: Stefanos Athienitis
music: Vassos Argyrides
producer: Andreas Pantzis
production: PA, Lumiere Productions, Bulgarian National Film Centre, Greek Film Center, Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation - ERT, Kourion Films, Stephania Film Productions, Sigma TV (CY), Cinemax (BG)
backing: Cyprus Film Advisory Board, Eurimages
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