Oh! That Wife of Mine
|Oh! That Wife of Mine
Ah! Afti i gynaika mou
Αχ αυτή η γυναίκα μου
|Directed by||Giorgos Skalenakis|
|Produced by||Nikos Tsiforos
|Music by||Mimis Plessas|
|Running time||105 minutes|
Oh! That Wife of Mine (Greek: Αχ αυτή η γυναίκα μου Ah! Afti i gynaika mou) is a 1967 Greek film based on the same named theatrical work of Nikos Tsiforos and was directed by Nikos Tsiforos and Polyvios Vassiliadis.
A good employee (Papamichail) has dinner with his supervisor (Michalopoulos), hoping for a fast promotion. But things start to turn bad as his wife (Vougioyklaki) accidentally fights with his boss inside a taxi which both claimed urgently (because of the heavy rain). The result is freakish consequences with comical results. The film is famous since it contains humorous situations, catchy lines, and wonderful performances (especially from Sapfo Notara and Giorgos Michalopoulos).
- Year of release: 1967
- Genre: Comedy
- Colour: Black and white
- Tickets 428,079
The film was presented at the 1967 Thessaloniki Film Festival.
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