Panayiotis Konstantinou wrote and directed this overly familiar Greek melodrama about feuding families in the provinces. The eldest son of one family, Konstantinos (Yiorgos Kambanellis) goes to the big city to study medicine (as all eldest sons seem to do in this subgenre), then returns to find that his father has been led to his death by the patriarch of the other family. As always, his mother wants him to get revenge but he only wants to help the sick, even if they were people who hated his father. The other standard plot development is not forgotten either, as Konstantinos falls in love with the pretty daughter, Argyro (Katerina Vassilakou), of his father's killer. The families rally around the young lovers in the end, as they must, and the only pains which remain are the headaches suffered by viewers who have seen this exact story played out in over a dozen other Greek films of the time. Anestis Vlachos co-stars with Jolly Garbi, Vangelis Kazan, Theodoros Moridis, and Eleni Zafiriou.
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