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Papadopoulos And Sons

PAPADOPOULOS & SONS

A FILM BY MARCUS MARKOU

STARRING: STEPHEN DILLANE, GEORGES CORRAFACE, ED STOPPARD,               GEORGIA GROOME, SELINA CADELL, COSIMA SHAW, FRANK DILLANE

AVAILABLE TO BUY ON DVD

RELEASE DATE:    12TH AUGUST 2013                                          BBFC: 15

This charming, heart-warming story centres on Harry Papadopoulos who, seeemingly has got it all: a mansion house, awards and a super rich lifestyle. But when a financial crisis hits, Harry and his family lose everything. Everything, except the dormant and forgotten Three Brothers Fish & Chip Shop half owned by Harry´s larger than life brother Spiros who’s been estranged from the family for years.  With no alternative, Harry and his family are forced to pack their bags and reluctantly join `Uncle Spiros´ to live above the shop where Harry is made to face some home truths with unexpected consequences……

This award-winning film became a huge hit with audiences at the numerous festivals where it played and that popularity continued with its recent theatrical release in cinemas around the UK. Thanks to this success the film was picked up for release across Europe and recently became a huge hit at the German Box Office which, in turn, attracted a US distributor and now this self-financed, self-distributed film is about to get its big break on the other side of the Atlantic.

Extras on the DVD include: “Making of” Documentary, Behind the Scenes and a Greek subtitled version

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