A few days before leaving London for a trip to a Greek island, Filippos sees his girfriend having sex with his younger brother. He leaves without being noticed. Later, on their stay on the island Filippos’ brother dissapears. Alexis, who is homosexual and in love with him, threatens Filippos that he will call the cops if he doesn’t talk. Filippos’ girlfriend suspects him also. A stranger has also appeared that seems to like the girl and would like to see Filippos out of the scene. Filippos feels the danger, but will play the game till the end. —http://forum.sharereactor.com/archive/index.php/t-23325.html
Nikos Koundouros (Greek: Νίκος Κούνδουρος), is a Greek film director, born in Agios Nikolaos, Crete in 1926.
He studied painting and sculpture at the Athens School of Fine Arts, and was later exiled because of his political beliefs to the Makronissos island. At the age of 28 he decided to follow a career in cinematography. He started his career as a director of the film Magiki Polis (1954), where he combined his neorealism influences with his own artistic viewpoint. He cast Thanasis Veggos, who he had met at Makronissos, as one of the characters in Magiki Polis. After the release of his complex and innovative film O Drakos, he found acceptance as a prominent artist in Greece and Europe, and acquired important awards in various international and Greek film festivals. His 1963 film Young Aphrodites won the Silver Bear for Best Director at the 13th Berlin International Film Festival. —Wikipedia