Egklima sta paraskinia

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Egklima sta paraskinia
Έγκλημα στα παρασκήνια
Directed by Dinos Katsouridis
Written by Giannis Maris
Starring Alekos Alexandrakis
Maro Kontou
Hristos Tsaganeas
Titos Vandis
Aliki Georgouli
Georges Sarri
Dimos Starenios
Music by Mimis Plessas
Distributed by Damaskinos-Mihailidis S.A.
Release date
  • 1960 (1960)
Running time
90 minutes
Country Greece
Language Greek

Egklima sta paraskinia (Greek: Greek: Έγκλημα στα παρασκήνια) is a 1960 Greek theatrical film noir film starring Alekos Alexandrakis, Maro Kontou, Hristos Tsaganeas, Titos Vandias, Aliki Georgouli, Georges Sarri and Dimos Starenios. The writer was from the famous police novelist Giannis Maris.


[clarification needed] A well known actress of the theatre was assassinated and the simultaneously one of these actors of the theatre escaped. The police along with the journalists of a newspaper company asked the edge of the filament for located the assassin. Quickly occurred evidently that the action occurred during the occupation period of World War II and the academy was sentimentally natural.



The movie was presented with the presentation of an American film noir that made it one of the greatest Greek movies of the time, it was awarded twice at the first Thessaloniki Film Festival in 1960 (see 1960 Thessaloniki Film Festival.

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