Guilt (2009 film)

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Directed byVassilis Mazomenos
Produced byVassilis Mazomenos
Screenplay byVassilis Mazomenos
StarringNikos Arvanitis
Yiannis Tsortekis
Arto Apartian
Evelina Papoulia
Music byGeorge Andreou
CinematographyKaterina Maragoudaki
Running time
93 minutes

Guilt (Greek: "Ενοχή") 2009)[1] is a feature Greek - Cypriot film, directed by the Greek director - writer and producer Vassilis Mazomenos.[2]


The film refers to the 50-year Cypriot national tragedy through the memories of an old man, a former gun dealer at death's door. A nightmare, through his operation, unmasks the reality of his own life and reveals his guilt feeling about his country.

Festivals and awards[edit]

It was awarded in 2012 with the Best Screenwriting and Best Photography award in London Greek Film Festival (U.K.) and was official selection in Montreal World Film Festival, Cairo International Film Festival, International Film Festival of India, Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival, Fantasporto and opening film in the Panorama of European Cinema in Athens. In 2010 was Nominated for the best film from the Hellenic Film Academy.[3] In 2010 the film received the Best Soundtrack (George Andreou) for Greek movies of the year.


As Vrasidas Karalis wrote in the History of Greek cinema:[4] "His later films Remembrance (2002) Words and Sins (2004) and Guilt (2010) received many positive reviews and international recognition; especially the last in which Mazomenos explored narrative cinema through a nightmarish and confronting story."


  1. ^ Guilt blog
  2. ^ Guilt. IMDb. Retrieved May 25, 2014.
  3. ^ Best Greek Films
  4. ^ in the history of Greek cinema History

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