The Colors of the Rainbow (Ta Cromata Tis Iridos)

A man strangely walks through the filming of a TV commercial at the seashore and disappears into the sea. While the authorities ignore the incident, one man, a musician, carries out a lone investigation that leads him in search of his true self. Exhibiting the influence of Godard and the French school, it is “by far the most ‘finished' work, artistically and thematically, in current Greek cinema (confirming) Panayotopoulos' mastery of the medium and (demonstrating) that it is possible to make films which fill the gap between art and entertainment.”

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