I thalassies i hadres

I thalassies i handres (Οι θαλασσιές οι χάντρες) (1967) was a Greek film directed by Giannis Dalianidis.


Mary (Zoi Laskari) was a rich lady that challenged problems in a traditional folk neighbourhood in Athens into a store where it plays modern music. In the next store, Fotis (Faidon Georgitsis), the charming of the neighbour who played bouzouki and fell in love and done sacrifices for those.



The film made 531,278 tickets in Greece.

Other facts

  • Finos Films imposed Giannis Dalianidis to take several Greek sources into the movie.
  • The movie was screened at the Cannes Film Festival
  • Zoi Laskari became and international star and the paparazzi which happened in Cannes
  • Faidon Georgitsis and Mary Hronopoulou acted in their first musical

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