Under the Stars

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For the 2007 Spanish film, see Under the Stars (2007 film).
Under the Stars
Directed by Christos Georgiou
Produced by Antigone Gavriatopoulou, George Lykiardopoulos, Pantelis Mitropoulos
Written by Christos Georgiou
Starring Mirto Alikaki, Akis Sakellariou
Music by George Hadjineophytou
Cinematography Roman Osin
Edited by Annabel Ware
Release date(s) 2001
Running time 87 minutes
Country
  • Greece
  • Cyprus
  • United Kingdom
Language
  • Greek
  • Turkish

Under the Stars is a 2001 film set in Cyprus.

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The film begins in Cyprus, 1974. A Greek right wing military coup overthrows the government, and the Turkish government invades the island. After a period of intense fighting, the UN intervenes and draws a "Green Line" through the middle of Cyprus, separating the Turkish and Greek territories. Thousands of refugees are relocated and killed, including ten year old Lucas’ parents. Twenty six years later, Lucas is living a hermit’s life, haunted by the memory of the past.

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