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Apples Mila

Christos Nikou / Greece, Slovenia, Poland / 2020 / 90 min / Greek

Amidst a worldwide pandemic that causes sudden amnesia, Aris finds himself enrolled in a recovery programme designed to help patients build new identities. Prescribed daily tasks to create new memories and document them on camera, Aris slides back into ordinary life, meeting Anna… Enigmatic, larded with deadpan humour, this multi-awarded directorial debut had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival.

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Apples “lets us laugh at ourselves. Which we all desperately need to do.”
- Cate Blanchett

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