Cinema of Greece

Cinema Of Greece

Greece has a long and rich cinematic history. Greek films dominate the domestic market, for example Safe Sex had more box office receipts than Titanic. Characteristics of Greek cinema include a dynamic plot, strong character development and erotic themes. Greek cinema has produced the first nudist scene in European cinema in 1931, notable dramas (film noirs) and comedies during the next decades and erotic comedies in the 1990s and 2000s .

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Read more about Cinema Of Greece:  Notable Greek Movies, Notable Musicals, Bibliography

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Cinema Of Greece - Bibliography
... Dimitris Koliodimos, The Greek filmography, 1914 through 1996, Jefferson, N.C McFarland, 1999, 773p ... Journal of Modern Greek Studies 18.1, May 2000, Special Issue Greek Film Vrasidas Karalis, A History of Greek Cinema, Continuum, 2012 ...

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