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Starting: 8.00 PM
Runtime: 100 min


The 100-minute dramatic documentary attempts to “fit” the 100 years of the KKE, from its foundation in Piraeus in 1918 to today, with filmed footage, comprehensive narrations and “prose” by actors. “Lives” leading figures of the KKE, such as Nikos Zachariades, Belogiannis and Ploubidis, faces such as Manos Katrakis, but also special moments of the party, such as May 36, Emmanale resistance and others.


Tickets are available online at www.soldoutticketbox.com, selected ‘So Easy’ kiosks and at Pantheon Theatre.

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