With a title like that one and direction by melodrama specialist Apostolos Tegopoulos, this film is obviously yet another rural potboiler full of familial rivalries, forbidden love, and all the attendant histrionics which followers of Greek genre cinema have come to expect. Such viewers have also come to expect the presence of Eleni Zafirou, and they get her as the long-suffering mother of Anestis Vlachos, who returns to the countryside after studying medicine in the big city, only to find that his father has been killed and his mother expects him to not only avenge his death, but forget his medical training and take over the family farm. Not only is Vlachos unwilling to run the farm or kill the family rival, but he commits the unconscionable sin of falling in love with her daughter (Yiota Soimiri). One might also expect a tragic ending to this situation, but the love of those two crazy kids brings the feuding families together and everyone lives happily ever after, except, of course, Vlachos' late father and the viewers who have had to sit through this piffle. Yiorgos Velentzas co-stars with Frosso Kokkola, Yiorgos Loukakis, and Kostas Baladimas.
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