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I DOULIA TIS / Her Job

I DOULIA TIS / Her Job

Panayiota, a 37-year-old functionally illiterate housewife, leads a quiet life with her husband and their children in a modest neighborhood in Athens, Greece. To cope with the recession that has been affecting her family for some time, Panayiota goes for the first time in her life and finds a job as a cleaner in a shopping mall. Despite the ruthlessness of her work environment, Panayiota breaks free from domestic monotony and gradually gains the respect she never had from her family. When a series of layoffs starts, she will have to face her personal dead ends anew. But Panayiota cannot be the same anymore.

Nikos Labôt
Nikos Labôt, born in Athens in 1976, studied film directing in Athens. He has worked on feature and short films in Greece and France, TV series and TV shows. He has directed three short films, a creative documentary, music videos and stage plays. His short film “The Dog” participated in numerous international film festivals. “Her Job”, his first feature, won Best Film at Warsaw Film Festival.

Film Selection: Her Job (I doulia tis, 2019) - The Immortals at the Southern Point of Europe (2013, doc, with Yiorgos Moustakis) - O skylos (The Dog, 2009, doc short) - Impro Walk (2005, doc short)

Arbeitswelten / Working Worlds

Nikos Labôt

Greece / France / Serbia 2018
90 minutes
Greek
OmeU

Screenplay
Cinematography
Dionysis Efthymiopoulos
Editing
Dounia Sichov
Sound
Benoît Gargonne, Jean-Guy Veran, Yannis Anitpas
Music
Jean Christophe Onno
Cast
Marisha Triantafyllidou, Dimitris Imellos, Konstantinos Gogoulos, Maria Filini, Eleni Karagiorgi, Danai Primali, Orfeas Aggelopoulos, Dimitra Vlagopoulou, Georgia Tsagkaraki, Irini Asimakopoulou, Areti Seintaridou
Producers
Maria Drandaki, Julie Paratian, Milan Stojanovic

Trailer
Website

Production

Homemade Films, Sister Productions, Sense Production, ERT
World Sales

Jour2Fête

Weltpremiere / World Premiere
Toronto International Film Festival 2018

Premierenstatus / Premiere Status
Austrian Premiere