Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
In this film, opponents of the military junta which ruled Greece from 1966 until 1975 are shown suffering and occasionally enduring their ordeal of imprisonment and torture. After a while, political allegiances (communist or conservative) ceased to matter as much as opposition to the antidemocratic rule of the military; any opposition could result in imprisonment, torture, and exile, and the harassment of one's family. In this story, two men who served on different sides during the Greek Civil War are imprisoned in the same cell.
exile, harassment, imprisonment, political-prisoner, torture