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strella

George is released from prison after 14 years of incarceration for a murder he committed in his small Greek village. He spends his first night out in a cheap downtown hotel in Athens. There he meets Strella, a young transsexual prostitute. They spend the night together and soon they fall in love. But the past is catching up with George. With Strella on his side he will have to find a new way out.

χιλια

(...και 36)

φυγας

fragile fingers

pig mask

voyeur

photo me

Luiz Vasconcelos, Brazil, Jornal A Crítica/Zuma Press.Woman tries to stop forced eviction of her people, Manaus, Brazil, 10 March
Yannis Kolesidis, Greece, Reuters.Anti-government riot, Athens, 9 December


lick lick lick!

bouquet

wheels of change (x-traktor)

τζιαρντινι ντι μιρο

"Ποιοί είναι οι ήρωές σας, σήμερα; Pier Vittorio, Tondelli, Silvio D’Arzo, Bob Dylan, Arvo Part, John Fante, Fabrizio De Andrè, Michel Platini, Maria Callas, Giuseppe Ungaretti, Andrea Pazienza, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Gino Paoli, Roland Barthes, Beppe Fenoglio, Ornella Vanoni, Mario Monicelli, Miles Davis..."
*eightball club, θεσσαλονικη, χθες

ασκησεις οραματισμου υψηλου ρισκου

my girls

Merriweather Post Pavilion is the critically acclaimed eighth studio album by Animal Collective, released on January 6, 2009.
"Merriweather Post Pavilion is an outdoor music venue in a place called Symphony Woods in Columbia, Maryland. It was designed by Frank Gehry in the 1960's, and they've been having concerts there from 1967 up through today. We used to go to shows there while growing up and have fond memories of times spent on the lawn. For most of the time we've been playing together, both in Animal Collective and the years before, we've tried to make music that would be deserving of an amazing outdoor listening experience. As both a name and a place, Merriweather Post Pavilion represents this for us."

the best things

run

the art of escaping

othering

Othering is a way of defining and securing one’s own positive identity through the stigmatization of an "other." Whatever the markers of social differentiation that shape the meaning of "us" and "them," whether they are racial, geographic, ethnic, economic or ideological, there is always the danger that they will become the basis for a self-affirmation that depends upon the denigration of the other group.