I Soferina

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I soferina
Η Σωφερίνα
Directed by Alekos Sakellarios
Kostas Lychnaras (crew)
Takis Vougiouklakis (crew)
Written by Giorgos Roussos
Starring Alekos Alexandrakis
Giorgos Pantzas
Giorgos Konstantinou
Dionysis Papagiannopoulos
Vasilis Avlonitis
Aliki Vougiouklaki
Maro Kontou
Kaiti Lambropoulou
Kostas Papachristos
Music by Gerasimos Lavranos
Distributed by Damaskinos-Mihailidis, Aigaion Film
G. Roussos & Ass.
Release date
October 26, 1964
Running time
Country Greece
Language Greek

I soferina (Greek: Greek: Η Σωφερίνα, The Chauffeur Lady) is a 1964 Greek theatrical comedy film directed by Giorgos Roussos, The Last Joke (Το Τελευταίο Ψέμα = To Telefteo Psema). The movie was released into cinemas the same as To doloma was released which it had the same protagonistic twin, but with a different company.

The movie acted together for the first and only time in two great star, Aliki Vougiouklaki and Maro Kontou.


Mary is a young woman happily married to Nikos. However, her life is turned upside down when her best friend, Lilly, borrows Mary's car to pursue an extramarital fling, only to get involved in a car accident. Mary is drawn to the court, where she has to decide whether to refrain from exposing Lilly's infidelities, or sacrifice Lilly's confidentiality and save her own marriage in the process...

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