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Director  Grigoris Karantinakis
Initial DVD release  April 18, 2006 (Greece)
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Language  Greek
6.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy, Music
Music director  Nikos Platyrachos
Country  Greece
Charitons Choir movie poster
Release date  2005 (2005)
Writer  Grigoris Karantinakis, Yorgos Makris, Dimitris Vakis
Initial release  November 10, 2005 (Greece)
Cast  Georges Corraface (Chariton), Fotini Baxevani, Akilas Karazisis (Dimitriou), Maria Nafpliotou (Eleni), Christos Stergioglou (Drakos)
Similar movies  Georges Corraface appears in Charitons Choir and Peppermint, Ghost of a Chance (2001), Crying Silicon Tears (2001), I Soferina (1964), Little Greek Godfather (2007)

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Chariton's Choir (Greek: Η χορωδία του Χαρίτωνα / I horodia tou haritona) is a 2005 Greek film directed by Grigoris Karantinakis. It was Greece's submission to the 79th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.

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Plot

The flirtatious headmaster of a school in a small town prepares his pupils for the choirs' Olympics. The arrival of the new army commander in the town, upset the headmaster, as they both fall in love with the same woman.

Cast

  • George Corraface as Chariton (school's headmaster)
  • Maria Nafpliotou as Eleni (teacher)
  • Akilas Karazisis as Dimitriou (army commander)
  • Christos Stergioglou as Drakos (teacher)
  • Awards

    winner:

  • 2005: Greek State Film Awards for Best Film
  • 2005: Greek State Film Awards for Best Sound
  • Nominated:

  • 2006:Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film (not nominated)
  • References

    Chariton's Choir Wikipedia
    Charitons Choir IMDb Charitons Choir themoviedb.org


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