Kostis, an introvert, unhappy and sleepy forty-something, starts working on the Greek holiday island of Antiparos as a doctor. With the arrival of summer, the island turns into a thriving, wild vacation spot with nude beaches and crazy parties. Kostis meets a group of young tourists – Anna, 19, and her pals, who drag him out of his shell and introduce him to nightlife. He develops an infatuation with frivolous, sexually uninhibited Anna, who lives in a world free of responsibility, dictated by hedonism. Blinded by the desire to escape his mundane middle-age existence, Kostis attempts to re-enter a lifestyle fuelled by decadence but the harsh reality of his sagging, pale skin juxtaposed against Anna and her friends’ naked golden tans is only the beginning of his ruination.
- Grčka, Nemačka , 2016
- Argyris Papadimitropoulos
- Argyris Papadimitropoulos, Syllas Tzoumerkas
- Makis Papadimitriou, Elli Tringou, Milou Van Groessen, Dimi Hart
- 2016 Roterdam, ArteKino, Edinburg, Singapur, Brisel, Hamburg, Vankuver, Kalgari, Odesa, Atina
- 2016 Edinburgh Film Festival - Best International Feature; Odessa International Film Festival - Special Jury Mention; Brussels - Cinephile Award; Athens International Film Festival - Best New Actress Award (Elly Tringou)
- Napoleon Stratogiannakis
- Yannis Veslemes
- Phaedra Vokali, Argyris Papadimitropoulos
- A Marni Films, Oxymoron Films, Faliro House, FassB Films, Foss Prods., Graal, Nova production
- 2016 Suntan 2011 Wasted Youth 2008 Bank Bang
- Christos Karamanis
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Dvorana Kulturnog centra
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Cineplexx UŠĆE hall 1
Argyris Papadimitropoulos (born 1976 in Athens) is a Greek producer and director. He attended several media and film courses in Oxford and Athens.
After directing two multi-awarded shorts Pendulum (2003) and Tender (2004) and receiving a Berlinale Talent Campus stamp on his film passport, Papadimitropoulos directed the film Bank Bang in 2008. He went on to become the youngest Greek filmmaker to direct a box-office feature hit with rave reviews. The film also won the First Time Director Award from the Hellenic Film Academy.
His second film Wasted Youth (2011) co-directed by Jan Vogel was also successful with both national and international audiences. It opened the 40th Rotterdam International Film Festival in 2011.
Suntan is his third feature film. It premiered at the 2016 Rotterdam International Film Festival and won Best International Feature at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, the Youth Jury Award in Brussels and a nomination for the Lux Prize of the European Parliament.