For some years now a small Greek tourist village has been living off an economic stimulus grant administrated by a German bank. They grant was intended to fund the construction of a power plant and a hospital, but neither project has even been initiated. Munich is getting suspicious, and mid-level bureaucrat Jorg Geissner is dispatched to investigate. Thrown into panic, the village deploys man-about town Panos, who is half-German. An elaborate yarn-spinner, Panos orchestrates a convincing façade and a great many outlandish, yet somehow plausible, excuses to maintain the fiction that the village is putting the funds to their intended use.
“Forget the Big Fat Greek Wedding. This is the Movie to watch…” – KOSMASP
23rd Greek Film Festival (2016)
Busan International Film Festival (2015)
Busan Bank Award – Busan Film Festival (2015)
Best German Actor – Jupiter Award (2016)