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JOY

by Ilias Yannakakis

synopsis

Hara leaves the maternity ward with a baby in her arms. She spends her days looking after her newborn. Daily scenes of affection, familiarization, devotion, but also acquaintance with the infant, to the melody of a lullaby. Everything seems cosy and warm. But the recurring news report about a baby that has been kidnapped from the maternity word brings us back to reality with a jolt.

original title: Joy
country: Greece
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Ilias Yannakakis
film run: 80'
screenplay: Ilias Yannakakis
cast: Amalia Moutousi, Yorgos Symeonidis, Lyda Protopsalti, Nikos Flessas, Stefania Goulioti
cinematography by: Yorgos Argyroiliopoulos
film editing: Dora Masklavanou
costumes designer: Eva Kamberidou, Triada Papadaki
producer: Ilias Yannakakis
production: Telefilm
backing: Greek Film Centre
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