Euridice lives imprisoned inside a metaphorical hell-house, in a country ruled by a dictatorship regime. Having already served her time, she is waiting to be transferred “somewhere else”. However, the State Processor in charge of the prisoners transfers has been mocking her for days… maybe even years.
A long lost lover (Orpheus), contacts her asking to see her again. Euridice accepts, hoping that something will change yet she is also afraid of any changes. Orpheus arrives, not as a savior but as the new face of death. Euridice will kill him and will remain in her personal hell forever. —Nikos Nikolaidis
Nikos Nikolaidis (Greek: Νίκος Νικολαΐδης) (October 25, 1939 – September 5, 2007) was a Greek film director and a writer.
Nikolaidis was born in 1939 in Athens, where he lived and worked all his life. He was also script writer and producer of movies which he directed. For a part of his time he produced television commercials. From his cinematic works, he directed Proini Peripolos, Glykia Symmoria and Ta Kourelia Tragoudane Akoma. He also wrote O Orgismenos Valkanios. —Wikipedia