17 Bullets for an Angel Trailer

17 Bullets for an Angel Trailer (1981)

12 January 1981 Drama, War 98 mins

Iro Konstantopoulou was thirteen years old when the Germans invaded Greece. Despite her age, however, she got involved with the resistance. When she was arrested for the first time, her rich father managed to set her free, and she fell in love with a young doctor who took care of her injuries following torture. A little before the withdrawal of the Germans, she participated in the blowing up of a train that was transporting ammunition, and she was arrested again, but this time no one could save her. She was executed at the Chaïdari camp, along with forty-nine other prisoners

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Cast

Mary Vidali

as Iro Konstadopoulou

Gelly Mavropoulou

as Eleni Konstadopoulou

Olga Politou

as Lela Karagianni

Hristos Nomikos

as SS Collaborator

Nikos Papahristos

as Mr.Konstadopoulos

International Releases Dates

Greece 12 January 1981

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