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Eleni (film)

Eleni
Theatrical release poster
Directed by Peter Yates
Produced by Nicholas Gage
Mark Pick
Nick Vanoff
Nigel Wooll (associate producer)
Written by Nicholas Gage
Steve Tesich
Starring
Music by Bruce Smeaton
Cinematography Billy Williams
Edited by Ray Lovejoy
Production
company
Distributed by Warner Bros.
Release dates
November 1, 1985
Running time
114 min.
Country United States
Language English
Budget $7 million
Box office $305,102

Eleni is the 1985 film adaptation of the memoir Eleni by Greek-American journalist Nicholas Gage. Directed by Peter Yates with a screenplay by Steve Tesich, the film stars John Malkovich, Kate Nelligan, Linda Hunt and Glenne Headly.

Synopsis

The film is told in a flashback format with Gage, now living in the United States, returning to his native Greece to solve the mystery of his mother's death when he was a child. The film looks back to the effect of the 1940s Greek Civil War on the remote Greek village of his upbringing, and he investigates what happened to his mother after Communist guerrillas invade the village.

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