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International Short Film Competition

Pathologies of Everyday Life

Sebastian and Robin end their alcohol-and-drug binge at a scenic spot, sitting atop the hood of their car. This is where their final act will take place, their grand gesture toward all. They were the school pariahs and now work as supermarket clerks. They blame Mr. Brunt, their high-school theater professor who kept giving them the worst parts in the school plays. They also blame society — at large.

SHORTS O’CLOCK III, Monday, March 1, at 18:00 (GMT +2) & rerun on Tuesday, March 2, at 16:00 (GMT +2)

English title:

Pathologies of Everyday Life

Original title:

Pathologies of Everyday Life

Director:

Alexandros Papathanasopoulos

Country:

Greece

Genre:

Fiction

Year

2019

Length:

11’

Dialogues:

English

Subtitles:

Romanian, Greek

Cast:

Chris Scott, Wesley Jones

A quote for the film:

You need to have a villain to have a hero.

Selective List of festivals and awards:

Honorary Distinction for Sound – Drama Short FF 2019

Director’s bio:

Alexandros Papathanasopoulos was born in Athens in 1989, and studied Film & Television at Deree College. Today, he works as a director and editor. In 2018, he directed the short film „Beyond Good & Evil or The Exuberantly Painful Process of Teething”.