The Island

Synopsis: The death of a prominent citizen reveals the corruption that festers behind closed doors on a seemingly serene Greek island.
Genre: Comedy, Crime, Drama
96 min

Granddad, I've told you, I don't

like to see you with this imposter.

We go to the same

coffee house.

Do you want me to turn

a cold shoulder to him?

He is an imposter.

All he wants is power.

He keeps saying that

he cares about the island...

but he only cares

about himself.

I didn't vote for him.

We only have coffee together.

He pretends to be the saviour

of this place and you believe him.

Apostolis, your granddad

can judge for himself.

Tell this to your pupil.

I'm not gonna let them

become wimps.

I'm gonna teach them

not to tolerate such people.

See you at home.

I have barbecued

white grouper for you!

They don't call you

"Mudjahedin" for nothing!

Crazy boy!



I made some coffee.

- How did you know I'm coming?

- I know your schedule.

Every day, at this time,

you return from the church.

When are you gonna realize

that this guy is not for you?

Because he's a priest, doesn't

mean he doesn't have needs.

He's gay.

Aphrodite, wake up!

Father Lambros,

is a fruit loop.

- I have seen things.

- What have you seen, Eva?

- Where?

- In the coffee cup.

Drink yours so that

I can have a look.

- Good morning.

- Welcome.

Hi, Stratos.

Welcome back.


What's up?

You want money.

Just 20 euros for coffee.

Coffee costs 20 euros

in the harbor?

Don't be stingy!

- Bye.

- Bye, Stratos. Welcome back!

I don't want to put pressure on him

until he readjusts himself.

He just finished

his military serwice.

Let's have a look at yours,

until I finish mine.


I see trouble.

Cut it out!

You always arrest us!

I'm one step before

suspending your license.

It's not his first arrest.

They will release him again.

One day, I'll be chief!

Then you'll see.

What happened?

Did I miss anything?

The same.

It's almost a tradition.

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