My Best Friend

Synopsis: When Konstadinos misses a flight and returns home unexpectedly, he finds his wife in bed with his best friend. Shocked, he leaves the house without letting them know what he saw and begins wandering in the streets of Athens...
Genre: Comedy
 
IMDB:
5.3
Year:
2001
104 min
76 Views

MY BEST FRIEND:

Directed by Lakis Lazopoulos

and Yorgos Lanthimos

My mother said,

to be happy in life,

you should have the memory of

a goldfish which lasts only 3".

Then it forgets everything.

That's why it's always happy.

By the time it realizes

it's in a fishbowl...

it's already forgotten it.

Same with my friend, Alekos.

Except for a couple

of years...

We've been best friends

since we were six.

A hell of a long time.

We want hair

here and now!

We want hair

here and now!

We want hair

here and now!

- What's going on?

- Bald men.

They've blocked

the road.

- Why?

- They want hair here and now.

- Are they filming a commercial?

- And advertise what?

Their reflection,

I don't know.

What'd ya say?

I've got you on wide-angle.

- Lf I miss my plane!...

- Don't shout.

Just trying to

make up the distance.

While we're waiting,

would you like a bergamot?

- Bergamot?

- European!

My company gave me

this 3-day trip to Paris.

And I'm not missing it

because of any bald guy.

- Can't eat anymore.

- I'll eat it.

I don't see us movin'...

- You'll make it.

- So long.

You won't make it.

- Tell me I made it.

- Unfortunately...

"Unfortunately." You say it

so beautifully.

It's all your fault!

Don't you "Was?" me!

Where's your hair?

Oh, God!

I ripped it out!

- You're the boss.

- I'm the boss.

- You're the king.

- I'm the king.

- You're a horse.

- I'm a horse.

- No, I'm a horse.

- And I'm your black rider...

galloping into your

dark little forest.

I'll stuff

this little pussy.

- He's here, Mom.

- I'm here.

- Where are the others?

- He's my only friend.

What's it to you?

I cooked all this food!

Who's going to eat it!

We will.

- Can I eat the candle?

- Sure!

Our song!

I'll need a by-pass!

I'll blow up this pussy.

Now, the 2nd round

of talks...

I'm Onan Afnan

and you're the Middle East.

- I'm Africa.

- What do you see in the desert?

- Cactus.

- How many?

- What're you thinking?

- What time do the shops close?

Count! Count!

Am I disturbing you?

Am I disturbing you?

- Constantine?

- So you remember my name?

I was drunk. I didn't know

what I was doing.

- Me, too.

- So you f*ck your pal's wife?

- You know how it is...

- I'm learning.

Where's my shirt, dammit?

I should've let

you leave.

Your residence permit's

expiring.

Cut it out,

you jerk!

- Alekos...

- What?

- Beat it. Some other time.

- Listen. I love this woman.

I love him too.

I'm crazy about him.

He screws me like

you never have.

He screws me like you

never have. He screws me...

Okay, I get it!

He screws you

like I never have.

Never!

- What's that?

- A knife.

- What're you going to do?

- This has got to end!

Take one, baby.

Thursday's our 6th wedding

anniversary.

I'll be a Greek citizen...

I don't need you

anymore.

He went to Paris and

I never heard from him again.

Constantine was my whole life.

He was my best friend.

If something's happened to him,

I won't be able to bear it!

That's all.

I think we're missing a leg.

The left one's here.

Must be the right.

- The mountain's big.

- And the leg's small.

Good evening.

- May they always be remembered.

- I found it!

Size 42. Right.

That's it.

We don't want a leg

from another murder.

Bring the head,

I want him intact.

He shouldn't feel that

something's missing.

Why didn't we just

throw him in the sea?

This is his favorite mountain,

the one with the antennas.

He said you could speak to

the whole world from here.

So, speak!

Goodbye, pal.

Have you seen

the damn lighter?

Where the hell...?

Where could that

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Lakis Lazopoulos

Lakis Lazopoulos (Greek: Λάκης Λαζόπουλος) is a Greek playwright, actor and songwriter. He was ranked 83rd by the public in Skai TV's Great Greeks in 2009. In 2010, Forbes ranked Lazopoulos as the most powerful and influential celebrity in Greece.Lazopoulos was born in Larissa, Greece, where he received his primary and secondary school education. He then entered the School of Law at the University of Thrace and in 1984 received his Master’s degree from the University of Thessaloniki. However, he decided not to practise law but to pursue other vocations. In 1979, he wrote his first script for the revue Something's cooking in Gipsyland. SAY GOODBYE, IT’S ALL OVER NOW soon followed with great success. Lazopoulos joined the Free Theatre of Athens, where he performed WHY PEOPLE ARE HAPPY, followed by yet another successful revue, CHANGE AND CRAZE. The political situation at the time triggered the production of four revues of a more politico-satirical nature, written between the years 1982-86 by Lakis Lazopoulos and Giannis Xanthoulis: Haido’s Pasok’’ (1982), Pasok keeps harping on (1983), Blowing hot and cold on kastri (the PM’s residence), and Andrea’s taxing tolls (1985). In 1986 he starred in Lysistrata. The play toured Greece and was performed in all major open theatres, including the Theatre of Herod Atticus in Athens, to highly acclaimed success. That same year, he began writing on his own and staged I was Pasok and I grew old. In 1987, he wrote What the Japanese saw. For this latter he was sued by then-President of Greece, Christos Sartzetakis. After standing trial he is finally acquitted of all charges; while issue draws strong press coverage in Greece and overseas, including an article in TIME Magazine. In 1988 he stages and performs in Nicholai Gogol’s “Diary of a madman” without great commercial success. Nonetheless, he considers this performance a significant personal milestone in his career. In 1989 he stages “Greece after heart surgery” which breaks all records, while his following play “THERE WAS A SMALL SHIP” runs for two successive years and is a box office hit. 1n 1991 Lakis Lazopoulos stages “I HAVE SOMETHING TO TELL YOU” which, like all his plays thus far, he writes and performs in himself. In the summer of the same year he tours Greece with the performance “ALONE AT LAST”. This comprises a series of his most popular acts, and proves to be his most successful commercially since 1981. In fact its success was such, that another tour followed two years later, debuting in New York City. In 1992 he turns his attention to television, writing and interpreting fifteen character roles (both male and female), in the most successful TV series on Greek television to date, entitled Deka mikroi Mitsoi. The roles, portraying everyday characters satirizing contemporary social and political situations, draw great affinity with the public. Spurred by the series' success, the educational department of the University of Athens conducts a survey looking into reasons why Greeks everywhere, not only avidly watched the series, but also adopted expressions used by its characters. With its creator, Lakis Lazopoulos present, the findings were officially announced to academics, students and the press. Deka mikroi Mitsoi also takes part in the festival of Forte dei Marmi in Italy, receiving an Honorable Distinction. In 1993 he presents Prokofiev’s well-known tale of Peter and the Wolf at the Athens Opera House. He also plays the role of McKeith in Brecht’s “THREE PENNY OPERA” under the direction of Jules Dassin. In 1994 he played the male lead in a television film titled Girl with Suitcases directed by Nikos Nikolaidis. He follows this with a guest star appearance in the film “KAVAFIS”, directed by Giannis Smaragdis. In the summer of 1996 he writes the play “THE SUNDAY OF SHOES”, which goes on to be staged in Thessaloniki in the spring of 1997 and then Athens at the beginning of 1998. During that year, Walt Disney Productions assigns him the supervisory role of the animation film Hercules, for which he provides his own adaptation from English to Greek. He overseas the casting of actors and uses his own voice in dubbing the roles of Philoctetes/Phil and Panic in the film. In the summer of 1999 he plays the lead role in the film Beware of Greeks Bearing Guns directed by Australian director John Tatoulis. The film is a box office hit when released in Greece in January 2000. In 2001 he works on a film entitled My best friend, the script of which he writes, directs and stars as the lead. At the same time he also writes the theatrical play “TA LEME”, which maintains its position at the top of the box office well into 2002. In September 2002 he presents 12 theatrical monologues from the most important writers of 1700. more…

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