MAY 2018From 10.05.2018 to 17.06.2018
From 10.05.2018 to 17.06.2018
An original, scathing and highly comical work by the multitalented artist and writer Alexandra K* is directed by a young Greek who lives and works abroad.
where are the boundaries of family? How does affect come into conflict with the civil law and the old with the new generation? What is Greece today? And how far will one go to survive?
The first privatisation of public land threatens the illegal holiday home of Anthony Such and with it, his entire personal mythology. Mostly, however, it threatens the future that he has imagined for his children. Determined to do his utmost to fight to save his investment, Anthony comes into conflict not only with the mechanisms of the state, but also with his own children.
Powerless and alone against the state and foreign capital, Anthony declares the land that he has grabbed an independent state. He manages to block the move temporarily, and becomes a popular hero for a day. But the issue was always what would happen tomorrow, which should have belonged to his children…