The light touch
A pickpocket chase
We have now officially ceased sending the film to festivals because it can't seem to stop winning awards. it’s becoming a bore.
Best Comedy, Sweden Film Awards;
Best Actress, Best Director, Luleå International Film Festival;
Best LGBTQ, Rome International Movie Awards.
Best Comedy Actor: Duncan Skinner, Moscow Comedy FilmFest Gelos
Best Comedy and Best Actress: Tess Spentzos, Toronto Film Magazine Fest
Outstanding Achievement Awards: Best Supporting Actress, Georgia Siakavara; Best Debut, Robert MacLean, Tagore International Film Festival
Awards of Recognition: Best Supporting actress, Skyrah Archer; Best Direction, Robert MacLean, Accolade Global Film Competition
Best Supporting Actress, Skyrah Archer, L’Age d’Or International Arthouse Film Festival
Best Producer, Claudio Castravelli, Cult Critic Movie Awards
Best Supporting Actress, Skyrah Archer, Virgin Spring Cinefest
Best Director, Calcutta International Cult Film Festival
Best Producer, Claudio Castravelli, World Film Carnival - Singapore
Best Cinematography, Panos Golfis, Royal Society of Television and Motion Picture Awards
Antonioni Award for Best Feature Film, Blow-Up Chicago International Arthouse Film Fest;
Odysseus Award, Best Film, London Greek Film Festival;
Best Actress, two Best Supporting Actresses, Best Director, Maverick Movie Awards.
Best Feature Comedy Film, Moscow Comedy FilmFest Gelos
Best Feature Film, Athens International Monthly Art Film Festival
Best Directing: Honorable Mention, London International Monthly Film Festival
Best Comedy, Prague International Film Festival
—is teasing a wallet out of a purse on an Athens metro when she notices Miranda, a sensitive beauty out of "The Princess and the Pea" (Skyrah Archer), and falls in love. Miranda escapes her, Becky escapes the purse-owner, and the chase is on.
They send him a policewoman—Despina Mirou—
whose captain, Georgia Siakavara, distrusts her, especially when she gets pregnant on the job.
Becky’s father, Mihail Anthis.
Becky's psychiatrist, Sophie Papadopoulos.
Miranda's priest and substitute father, Christos Sougaris.
Rich German tourist, Adrian Frieling.
Lady with a purse, Sofia Mantzakou.
Our first scene winks at the opening of Samuel Fuller’s masterpiece Pickup On South Street.
But let’s get back to ours. Director: Robert MacLean
Executive Producer: Claudio Castravelli
Producer: Ioanna Kiourti
Cinematographer: Panos Golfis
Grip: Georgios Sideris
Film editor: Apostolos Tsitsonis
Continuity: Stella Aggelidou
Make-up: Maro Kokkoni
Executive producer: Angelika Lialios
Music: Kanaris Keramaris, original score,
plus the Muchatrela Band,
the Antonis Arfanis Trio,
and Frédéric Chopin.