Kirstin Innes finds hope and solidarity in a film born of desperation, now available to watch online.
Given how quickly the political landscape has shifted and shifted again in recession-hit Greece in the last decade, it’s tempting to view the aptly-titled Greece: Days of Change, which premiered in 2014, as an historical document. Against the backdrop of the 2010-2012 anti-austerity movement, Elena Zervopoulou’s documentary follows three men trying to regain control of their lives from within the recession, and the different ways they channel their anger and frustration positively.
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The Spanish website, Núvol, published an article about the DocsBarcelona screenings of Greece: Days of Change.