Up-and-coming figure in contemporary Greek theatre, Dimitris Karantzas, directs ten outstanding actors in a play written by playwright and screenwriter, Efthymis Filippou. A funeral is being held for a murdered man. Sitting at a long table, every guest is invited to share a memory of Rob. Is he a serial killer, a preacher, an idealist, or a psychopath? The result is a black and white image of a stagnant society in search of its demons and gods. In what direction is Greece heading, and what exactly does Rob represent?
In co-production with Onassis STEGI – Athens. In co-realization with the Grand T.
Part of Printemps Athénien.
In Greek, surtitled.