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Europe Through the Lens: a Festival of Contemporary European Films: What If..

A series of films shown as part of the A & S Year of Europe.

Screening Information

Presented by: 

Professor Haralambos Symeonidis
Hispanic Studies

Thursday, March 31, 2016

6 p.m.

UK Athletics Auditorium
W. T. Young Library

Additional Year of Europe Activities

More European Films

University of Kentucky Libraries has an extensive video collection located in Audio Visual Services in the Hub.  The collection includes documentaries as well as award winning films from around the world.  You can find these films by title, language, country or director through InfoKat Discovery. Videos can be checked out for 7 days with a UK id or library card. You can also find additional information on films by by using the Film Resources guide.

About This Film

The story of Demetris a 33 year old confirmed bachelor living in Athens Greece during the economic crisis.  One night Demetris must decide whether to walk his dog Lonesome or not. If he goes out he will meet the love of his life, Christina. If he stays in, he will not meet her.  The movie explores the questions does true love exist and how crisis can destroy a couple. The story is shown from two different angles.

Date: 2012
Country: Greece

Full synopsis

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About the Director



Christopher Papakaliatis (Greek)