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Trilogy: The Weeping Meadow

Τριλογία: Το λιβάδι που δακρύζει

Greece, France, 2004
Drama, History


The story starts in 1919, with some Greek refugees from Odessa, in the Ukraine, arriving somewhere near Thessaloniki, in Greece. The refugees build a small village, somewhere near a river, and we watch as the kids grow up and fall in love. However, difficult times of dictatorship and war are coming.

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Trilogy: The Weeping Meadow Directed by Theodoros Angelopoulos

Critics reviews

I’m almost sure that I might create a neologism here if I said that Meadow was a “wide” film. Every scene feels like a deep inhale, visuals that fill and feed your lungs.
October 12, 2018
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It stands not only as a testament to the work the much-missed master specialized in—film as modernist frescos depicting history through the movement of communities—but as a beautifully optimistic hope that we might learn from our storied past. It slowly uncovers heaving throngs of working-class families, their destinies intertwined, spilling from one era to the next.
July 20, 2016
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