Γάμος αλά... ΕλληνικάDecember 7, 1964
Mina is dreaming of becoming a painter and Petros works in a company. They meet and fall in love during the carnival, but later lose contact. They meet again without recognizing each other and eventually get married. However they have no idea how hard marriage is.
Throbs at the DeskNovember 11, 1963
Lisa is a student, pretending the sick not to go to school. Her parents are worried about her health and call the doctor to examine her. He realizes her lies but he covers her. Soon, they fall in love and eventually get married. However, after the honeymoon she begins to yearn school and her classmates and she returns to it without saying anything to her husband. Soon, her husband begins to suspect her because of her frequent absences from home and her secret meetings with the professor seem to confirm his suspicions.
The Red LanternsDecember 2, 1963
The inextricably intertwined stories of five sex workers who live in a brothel at Pireas harbor.
Μοντέρνα ΣταχτοπούταMarch 8, 1965
Katerina, a poor girl, finds a job as a secretary and falls in love with her boss on a trip to Rome.
And the Woman Shall Fear Her HusbandJune 28, 1965
When a man decides to marry the woman he's been living with, she stops being the silent patient person she was and claims to be the boss in the house. Her behaviour changes so much after the marriage that the husband gets so irritated as to ask for a divorce even a few hours later..
Bouzouki StrummingMarch 14, 1966
One day, while Grigoris is working and singing at a construction site, a conductor, Vangelis, and two bouzouki musicians happen to pass by. They listen, enchanted by his limpid voice, and suggest that he becomes a member of their orchestra. Thus, the newly-wed day laborer gets a second job at Mr. Lefteris’ night club. His wife, Marina, soon joins him at the club, and, before long, she too goes on stage, cuts capers and charms everyone. Her success, however, has a negative impact on the couple’s relationship, since Marina’s admirers as well as those of Grigoris’, turn one away from the other.
My Daughter, the SocialistOctober 24, 1966
Liza falls in love with one of her father's employees. Her socialistic ideas about employment drive her to collide with her father and the sociopolitical status of the time.
Oh, That Woman of Mine!November 6, 1967
A man finds out that his boss had a quarrel with his wife, so he now tries to present her as his housemaid.
A Matter of DignityFebruary 10, 1958
During one of her parents many parties, Chloe learns they're bankrupt. She's being courted by Niko, a wealthy Greek American, so she decides to charm him. He's quickly captivated. That night, she also meets the masculine Galanos and sparks fly. Niko proposes, Chloe accepts, Galanos tries to change her mind. Her father wants to disclose their finances to Niko, her mother argues against it as a matter of dignity. The family's long-time servant must care for her son, who's had an accident. She's has not been paid in months, reminds Chloe to send money, and waits in her village as hospital bills mount. The servant comes back to Athens, confronts Chloe's mother, and a crisis ensues.
TreasonJune 8, 1964
Karl (Petros Fyssoun) is a German officer who falls for a young Greek woman of Jewish ancestry in this symbolic war drama. He wants to marry Lisa (Elli Fotiou), but he dutifully turns her over to the Gestapo when she reveals she is Jewish. Karl learns of the Nazi atrocities when he is transferred to the Eastern Front. At the end of the war, a dejected Karl returns to Athens in hopes of being reunited with the woman whom he willingly turned over to authorities and who ended up in a concentration camp. The premise of the story is hard to take because Lisa was well aware of Karl's rampant anti-Semitic beliefs when her uncle overheard Karl making a speech.
The FearJanuary 1, 1966
In this disturbing family drama, a prosperous middle-aged farmer takes up gambling and whoring at the expense of his devoted second wife. Meanwhile, his son the pervert becomes fascinated with the family's maid, a deaf-mute.
Apollo Goes on HolidayFebruary 28, 1968
Prince Jan is spying on beautiful tour guide Elena from his helicopter while touring Greece. He escapes from his entourage and joins the girl's group, posing as a humble visitor. The two fall in love, but Prince Jan, knowing that he has duties and responsibilities to his country, leaves her, never revealing his true identity.
One-Penny YouthJanuary 1, 1967
A newly wed couple cannot pay the installments for their house. Thus, Irene finds a secretary position at the firm George is working at, pretending she is George's sister. The company director, a womanizer, is flirting with her and asks her to marry him, while his sister starts flirting with George . . .
Lily of the HarborJanuary 14, 1952
Captain Giakoumis makes the big decision to forsake the sea and live peacefully close to his wife and his adopted son, Andreas, who is about to sit for examinations in order to become a lieutenant. However, a terrible secret burdens his soul. He has a daughter, Agni, whom he had years ago when he had an affair with Maria, a prostitute from Troumpa. Maria, before she died, expressed the wish that Giakoumis recognize their daughter as his child. He, however, refused, since Agni ended up becoming a prostitute. The girl, to take revenge on her father, starts an affair with her half-brother with the intention of dragging him down into the mud. In the end, however, she falls in love with him, and this love blesses everyone and everything.
Blind DateJanuary 1, 1970
A young woman who is married with an older man, she is getting bored more and more as she feels ignored and unfulfilled. One rainy day she meets a lonely painter at his little beach house.