Chronicling the story of two strangers in the city through the powers of observation and the merits of a fixed camera angle, Margarita Manda delivers a melancholy ode to silence and the passage of time.
"7 Kinds of Wrath" is an existential, lyrical and deeply humanistic film, although firmly lodged in reality. The main character, Petros, is a desk-bound archaeologist, who attempts to open the door to diversity.
Electra is a young girl who feels like a stranger in her own country, same as everywhere else. The film she lends her symbolic name to is a puzzle, whose pieces make up her broken identity, from Africa all the way to Europe.