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Antamosi

Australia, 1991 (MIFF 1992, Fiction)

Director: Anastasia Kokkinos

Memories, betrayals and secrets emerge from the past when Katina's mother comes from Greece to visit the family The bitter embrace between mother and daughter is observed by Katina's own daughter Sophia (played with grave innocence by Xarts Miller) who must play her own role in this moving drama of estrangement (RR)

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