A Touch of Spice

A Touch of Spice
A Touch of Spice

Year

2003

Duration

103 minutes

Genres

Based on a true story, Coming of Age, Drama, Period and Historical, Romance

Language

English / Greek / Turkish (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

Tassos Boulmetis wrote and directed this largely autobiographical drama about growing up during a time of great upheaval. Young Greek Fanis lives in Turkey and spends a lot of time in his grandfather Vasilis's grocery store, learning about everything from spices to the mysteries of the universe. He also falls for a Turkish girl called Saime. Then, in 1963, Greek-Turkish relations sour and Fanis and his parents are forced to move to Athens. Life goes on, but Fanis yearns to see Vasilis and Saime again. A touching tale which, despite Fanis's miserable situation, does manage to deliver plenty of fun along the way.

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Contains mild language and natural nudity

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