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Greek cult cinema???
Topic Started: Jul 18 2012, 08:36 PM (4,313 Views)
A.N.
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I suggest that you start from an interesting (hard to find) book: GREEK EROTICA. The text is in English. It could be a good introduction to Greek exploitation films.

Greek exploitation is very, very interesting indeed. When I saw my first Milonakos' and Efstratiadis' movies at the end of the 70s, I fell in love with this kind of cinema - and I'm still in love with it.
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ENOHES SHESEIS (O GIOS MOU O STEFANOS) was apparently inspired by two American thrillers with the great Victor Buono: What Ever Happended to Baby Jane?, where Buono is a lonely, hung up pianist living with his oppressing mother, and the "super-cult-movie" The Strangler (Italian title: DOLLS of Desire), where he is a psychopathic murderer of young women.
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