Nobody knows how all the devastation came about, because nobody has the capacity of memory any longer. A woman is trapped in a nightmarish place, an isolated zone in a patrolled future city or some dystopian past. In her effort to cross the city and reach the sea, the woman turns to one of her persecutors for help, in whose company she will experience the claustrophobic nightmare around her. The threat of being annihilated by the ‘morning patrol’ is constant and relentless. —Digital Archive
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