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    Theo Angelopoulos is Greece s most celebrated filmmaker and has been acclaimed by British critics Derek Malcolm and David Thompson as one of the world s greatest living directors. His body of work examines the history of modern Greece from a social and political perspective. This first set includes Reconstruction (1970) Days of '36 (1972) The Travelling Players (1975) and The Hunters (1977).

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The Theo Angelopoulos Collection - Volume 1

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    Theo Angelopoulos is Greece s most celebrated filmmaker and has been acclaimed by British critics Derek Malcolm and David Thompson as one of the world s greatest living directors. His body of work examines the history of modern Greece from a social and political perspective. This first set includes Reconstruction (1970) Days of '36 (1972) The Travelling Players (1975) and The Hunters (1977).

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A Travelling Viewer

The quality of these DVDs are exceptional and it is a pity that ERT didn't use grabs from this set in a recent coverage of Angelopoulos' funeral. Instead they used stretched tapes which someone must have had in their top drawer. I can thoroughly recommend Volume 1 of "The Theo Angelopoulos Collection". It was a pleasure to watch the four films again, but this time in the comfort of my home. If you've not seen an Angleopoulos film before but by this boxset on the recommendation of a friend, start with "The Travelling Players" - this is Anelopoulos' finest film.

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