Trilogy - The Weeping Meadow

Theo Angelopoulos's magnificent, visually stunning epic film is, according to him, 'a story of exile, separation and wandering, chronicling the collapse of ideologies and the trials of history'. The story begins just after the Red Army's invasion of Odessa. The Greek population become refugees and flee to their homeland, among them, two small children, and here the love story between Alexis and Eleni begins. The first part in a trilogy of films.

Year: 2004
Genre: Art House Cinema, Eastern European Cinema
Country: Greece
Director: Theo Angelopoulos
Starring: Nikos Poursanidis, Alexandra Aidini
Duration: 162 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains low level violence.
Subtitles: Yes
Location in store: Foreign (Eastern Europe)
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