This week in Athens some summer cinemas plays the old time classic film Roman Holydays. It is a 1953 film with Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn (she wins an Oscar award for her play in the movie). The amazing part of the film (for those didn’t notice) is the way Gregory Peck leaves the conference room in the end of the movie full of style, he just walks through the exit and gives to the whole movie a meaning. These old movies it’s hard to be seen by a person today, so boring at first glance but so full of meanings and real acting that leaves you breathless in the end. If you also want to see a movie that in the end the way a man leaves gives meaning to the whole movie, you can also see Casablanca the all time classic film with Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. Humphrey leaves from the airport at the end of the movie with his friend (the policeman) full of happiness going nowhere with almost nothing and at the same time he had lost the love of his life forever doing the right thing for his conscience.
The best place to see the film in Athens by all means is Thision summer cinema it is in the best spot in the city.