• English Title No Sympathy For The Devil
  • Original Title Καμιά Συμπάθεια Για Τον Διάβολο
  • Year: 1997
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Country: Greece
  • Duration: 80'
  • Director / Scriptwriter: Dimitris Athanitis
  • Cinematography: Panagiotis Theofanopoulos
  • Editing: Stathis Plotas
  • Music / Score: Giorgos Bilikas
  • Cast: Kostas Kazanas,Lena Kitsopoulou, Giorgos Kotanidis, Panos Thanassoulis
  • Production: Greek Film Center, DNA Films
  • Color: Black & White
  • Audio: Sound
  • Language: Greek
  • Format: Μη διαθέσιμη πληροφορία
  • Print Source: Dimitris Athanitis

“No Sympathy For The Devil” is considered a classic in the Greek filmography. Filmed in black and white, it is a modern adaptation of the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, set in a dystopian Athens. An extreme love story in the dark heart of the city. A supermarket cashier finds love in the face of a waitress who also works as a nude model and has just been released from prison. When he loses her, he will travel to hell to bring her back.

Dimitris Athanitis
Award-winning Greek director, born in Athens in 1963, studied cinema and architecture. The short film “Philosophy” (1993) predicted the Greek crisis and won the fantasy film award at the Drama International Short Film Festival His first film, “Addio Berlin” (1994), won the Jury's Prize and Critics Mention at the Thessaloniki International Film Festival for its innovative style, while "No Sympathy for the Devil" (1997) was nominated for the Golden Alexander and gained the Best Actress Award in the international competition of the same festival. "Three Days of Happiness" (2012) won 4 awards, was showcased in more than 30 festivals and was acclaimed by critics, while the Thessaloniki International Film Festival selected it among the 100 most important films in the history of Greek cinema. His latest film "Invisible" (2016) has won 15 international awards at over 40 festivals.

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