I am posting this here because it is an old movie.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tqnFrCoff50
I watched this today, I do not know what it is about (there are no subtitles) because I do not understand a word of Greek unless it is phrases contained within the Divine Liturgy (none of which occurred in the movie).
Why did I watch this - because I grew up listening to Aliki Vougiouklaki songs, two of which are in this movie.
Google translates the title, TO XILO VGIKE APO TON PARADISO (ΤΟ ΞΥΛΟ ΒΓΗΚΕ ΑΠ' ΤΟΝ ΠΑΡΑΔΕΙΣΟ) as Wood Came Out of Heaven. Aliki is really cute but I do not think she could do this. My take is that the movie is about teachers revolting and slapping a bunch of spoiled girls to their senses. Although it is not clear that they became sensible.
The teacher's revolt begins at 1:06 into the movie. The most intense slapping of young girls by old men that I have ever seen.
The girls may be spoiled but they are adept at playing the accordion, harmonica and guitar/or something related I cannot tell, along with singing. There is a great Hadjidakis song at 1:09:30. This is followed quickly with a cha-cha at 11:11:50, also by Hadjidakis. If you like cats you will like this song or if you like women who act like cats you will like this song.
In keeping with the theme, there is a cat fight at 1:17:20.
For the car enthusiast, the best look at what appears to be a chauffeur-driven 1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air convertible is at the very end of the movie.
I cannot rate this movie since I do not know what it was about but I thought Aliki was adorable.
A perfect match for JamesR (based on the cat song) if she weren't already dead.