A young man, Jason, is on his way home and meets two beautiful women, Hope and Alexis. He falls for Hope, but has sex with Alexis. He doesn’t know that Alexis’ husband has hired a private detective to trail her, and the man reports back to Alexis’ husband about her affair with Jason. The husband kills Alexis but the police suspect Jason. He and Hope have to clear his name and find enough evidence to prove the husband is the killer. —IMDb
He was born on the island of Zante in Greece on February 19th 1928, the youngest of three brothers. His father had a small hardware store in the capital of the island, but left for the “American Dream” and his mother had to bring up the boys on her own.
In 1938 he left Zante to live with his mother and one brother at his grandfather’s house on the Peloponnesus, where he soon met the young Takis Sinopoulos, Gavriel Pentzikis and Jorgos Pavlopoulos, who all would later in their lives be considered to be major Greek poets. Together they read Greek and International literature, Proust, Eliot, Pound and Joyce, wrote and published poems, essays and translations.
At the same he became interested in politics and joined the Communist Party of Greece. When comrades accused him one day because he read “Iera Oda” by the poet Angelos Sikelianos, he left the Communist Party, but he already had a file (which In 1949 cost him his job in the Airforce).
He later joined the Resistance… read more