Exile (Greek: "Εξορία") is a 2019 Greek feature film, directed by the Greek director, writer and producer Vassilis Mazomenos.
The film refers to the next day of the Greek financial crisis, when Aris, a desperate man, attempts to leave Greece with an almost wrecked boat. After being rescued from certain drowning by some Coast Guard men, he returns as a foreigner to his own ruined country. There he experiences every kind of “sin” and extreme as an outcast of the system. He steals; he becomes a slave and kills. He tries, willingly, to survive off the beaten track. This is like the story of a modern Ulysses.
|keywords||coast guard drown financial crisis rescue|
|musicBy||Alexandros Christaras, Mixalis Nivolianitis Dna|
|theme||avant-garde and experimental death independent lgbt-related narrative psychological drama|