Aera! Aera! Aera!
|Aera! Aera! Aera!|
|Directed by||Kostas Andritsos|
|Written by||Dinos Dimopoulos
|Music by||Kostas Kapnisis|
|Edited by||Andreas Andreakis|
Aera! Aera! Aera! (Greek: Αέρα! Αέρα! Αέρα!; En. Hero Bunker) is a 1972 Greek feature film directed by Kostas Andritsos, starring Yannis Voglis and Xenia Kalogeropoulou. The plot concerns the opening phase of the Greco-Italian War in October/November 1940, with the protagonists caught up in the Italian invasion of Greece from Albania. The film belongs to a series if "patriotic" movies shot during the Greek military junta of 1967–74. Its title derives from the popular Greek war cry of the time, "Aera!".
- Giannis Voglis as Petros
- Christos Negas as Alexis
- Giannis Gionakis as Stratos
- Petros Fyssoun as Symeon
- Thanasis Mylonas as Notis
- Dimitris Bislanis as Stathis Giokas
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