Directed by Nikos Theodosiou
Music: Chara Argyropoulou
Duration: 21 min, English subtitles
Summary: Mountain Grammos is one of the most important environmental areas in Greece and is integrated to EU Regional Network for areas with special eco value (NATURA 2000) The time period 1946-49 was the core of Free Greece and became the theater of the most bloody conflicts between National Army and rebels of Democratic Army.
This film is an itinerancy in Grammos mountain -with the astonishing natural beauty- 60 years after the end of the Greek civil war, where the history is still alive.
It crosses the gnarled roads that lead to the ruined villages and reveals how ecology is related to politics.nd its’ natural beauty, sixty years after the end of the civil war (1946-49), reveals the destroyed villages and a story that is still alive…
Film review by Marissa Tejada Benekos (ODYSSEY magazine)