Learn How to Read and Write, Son
|Learn How to Read and Write, Son|
Μάθε παιδί μου γράμματα
|Directed by||Thodoros Maragos|
|Produced by||Thodoros Maragos|
|Written by||Thodoros Maragos|
Learn How to Read and Write, Son (Greek: Μάθε παιδί μου γράμματα, romanized: Mathe paidi mou grammata) is a 1981 Greek comedy film directed by Thodoros Maragos and starring Vasilis Diamantopoulos, Nikos Kalogeropoulos, Kostas Tsakonas and Anna Mantzourani.
The story is set in a mountain village in Arcadia (the movie was filmed in Stemnitsa, Dimitsana and the surrounding areas) shortly after the Metapolitefsi (the fall of the military junta of 1967–74). The unveiling of a monument to those who died during the Occupation (World War II) stirs up the village, because the name of a communist partisan who was killed was omitted. Periklis (V. Diamantopoulos), a conservative high school teacher, comes to clash with his wife and his two sons over whether Chrysanthi and her family have a right to put a wreath in memory of the partisan.
The film won three awards at the 1981 Thessaloniki Film Festival:
|Award||Category||Recipients and nominees||Result|
|1981 Thessaloniki Film Festival||Best Leading Actor||Vasilis Diamantopoulos||Won|
|Best Leading Actress||Anna Mantzourani||Won|
|Best Production Design||Stamatis Tsarouhas, Angeliki Maragkou||Won|
- Vasilis Diamantopoulos ..... Pericles Papachristoforos
- Anna Mantzourani ..... Elpida Papachristoforou
- Kostas Tsakonas ..... Demosthenes Papachristoforos
- Nikos Kalogeropoulos ..... Socrates Papachristoforos
- Christos Kalavrouzos ..... Kanavos
- Dimos Avdeliodis .....
- Giorgos Vrasivanopoulos
- "awards 1981". Thessaloniki International Film Festival. Retrieved 12 March 2015.
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