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Director  Constantine Giannaris
Music director  Akis Daoutis
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Country  Greece
5.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Screenplay  Constantine Giannaris
Language  Greek
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Writer  Constantine Giannaris
Release date  10 October 2011 (2011-10-10)
Initial release  February 28, 2013 (Greece)
Cast  Theodora Tzimou (Katia), Antonis Karistinos (Alex), Stathis Papadopoulos (Yuri), Konstadinos Siradakis (Pantelis), Konstantinos Avarikiotis (Andreas)
Similar movies  Theatre of Ancient Greece movies, Dramas

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Man at Sea (Greek: Άνθρωπος στη Θάλασσα, translit. Anthropos sti thalassa) is a 2011 Greek drama film directed by Constantine Giannaris.

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Plot

Alex, the captain of a Greek oil tanker, is still dealing with the death of his son four years ago. While his ship the "Sea Voyager" is in the Mediterranean Sea, Captain Alex comes across a boat filled with adolescent refugees from Iran, Iraq, and Afghanistan. He takes pity on the refugees and allows them on his ship. He plans to drop the refugees off at a port, but local authorities refuse to take them, forcing the refugees to stay on the boat. Their residence angers the ship's owners, and gradually the "Sea Voyager" becomes a claustrophobic war zone between the refugees and the ship's owners.

Cast

  • Antonis Karistinos as Alex
  • Theodora Tzimou as Katia
  • Konstadinos Avarikiotis as Andreas
  • Konstadinos Siradakis as Pantelis
  • Stathis Papadopoulos as Yuri
  • Thanasis Tatavlalis as Petros
  • Nikos Tsourakis as Samir
  • Stathis Apostolou as Johnny
  • Chalil Ali Zada as Rafik
  • Rahim Rahimi as Kamal
  • Reception

    "Man at Sea" was featured in the Panorama section of the 2011 Berlin Film Festival.

    It was observed, "If Man at Sea isn’t the director’s best work – although it certainly is his most ambitious – it’s because of his inability to orchestrate the internal rhythms of the conflict." Movies Ltd. listed the diverse sociological issues that the movie deals with: "Illegal immigration, family loss, financial crisis, illegality" (Greek: Λαθρομετανάστευση, οικογενειακή απώλεια, οικονομική κρίση, παρανομία). Boyd van Hoeij wrote, "Giannaris’s latest plays more like 'Around the World in 80 Plot Twists.'"

    References

    Man at Sea Wikipedia
    Man at Sea IMDb


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