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We are in Argoliko, a small village in the wider area of ​​Nafplio, near the archeological site of Tiryns, on the northeastern side of the Peloponnese.

The film opens with a shot from the yard of the house, where a young man in a straw hat has undertaken the skewering of the goat, which is a typical Easter custom in Greece and occurs on the day after the Resurrection, marking the end of fasting.

We see the group of friends, welcoming people who have just arrived to celebrate Easter together. The filmmaker is on the house’s balcony and shows us from above the process of skewering.

In the next shot, eating and drinking has already begun. The whole group stands on the table where the goat is and they taste it. Salads and side dishes are slowly arriving. Two young men sit in the sun in the classic wooden chairs with the straw and then, one man of the group leaves, we see him say hello as he leaves the yard.

Afterwards, we see shots of three people who play with a soccer ball, one holds a glass of beer in his hand and throws the content out to his friend. The film closes with a man who kicks the ball and the second one blocking it as he runs to the camera laughing.



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Athanasoglou Nikolaos

HD (1440x1080)



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