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A.C.A.B. ALL CATS ΑRE BRILLIANT

by Constantina Voulgari

synopsis

“Electra is in her early 30s, living in Athens today. She is an artist, but she makes a living working as a babysitter. She is an activist and her boyfriend is a political prisoner. She feels lonely and is struggling to find her place in the world. We follow her as she meets the most important people in her life. Through these meetings, we understand better not only Electra, but also a whole generation of young people who feel stifled in this world. Capitalism, consumerism, globalization are currently being cast into doubt, so I needed to make a film that addresses all these things. What I’m interested in is showing how they affect our everyday life, our small decisions, our intimate relationships.”
Constantina Voulgari

original title: A.C.A.B. All Cats Αre Brilliant
country: Greece
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Constantina Voulgari
film run: 88'
screenplay: Constantina Voulgari
cast: Maria Georgiadou, Dimitris Xanthopoulos, Themis Bazaka, Dimitris Piatas, Costas Ganotis, Alexis Charissis
cinematography by: Vassilis Klotsotiras
film editing: Kenan Akkawi
art director: Christos Harisis
costumes designer: Christos Harisis
music: Nikos Veliotis
producer: Eleni Afendaki
production: Mitos
backing: Greek Film Centre
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