Kinetta

  • July 4, 2018 / 19:00
  • July 27, 2018 / 19:00

Director: Yorgos Lanthimos
Cast: Evangelia Randou, Aris Servetalis, Costas Xikominos, Youlika Skafida
Greece, 2005, 95', renkli, color, Greek with Turkish subtitles
 
Kinetta. A Greek defunct resort town, inhabited during the off-season by migrant workers. A plain-clothes cop with a passion for automobiles, tape recorders and Russian women, investigates a series of recent murders in the area. He enlists the help of a photo-store clerk, a loner who is a part-time videographer, and a young hotel maid, who will be performing the role of the female victims. This oddball trio engages in a succession of murder re-enactments, directed by the cop with exhaustive attention to detail but questionable scientific purpose… We know nothing more of these people. Not even their names. They will disappear in the first flood of summer vacationers.

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Kinetta

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