December Riots (2011)

Director : Dimitri Vorris
Genre : Thriller
Cast : Michael Angels as Michael, Kostas Antalopoulos as Cleaner (as Konstadinos Antalopoulos), Aris Athan as Driver, Christina DeMani as Narrator (as Christina Mani), Tony Demetriou as Filmgoer 2, Maria Floratou as Geraldine, Nikos Giannikas as Sean, Vivian Ioannou as Anna, Fanis Katehos as Projectionist, Lucy Lemos as Marina / DJ Lightdust, Elias Logothetis as Filmgoer 1, Avraam Papadopoulos as Theater Owner, Aris Pappas as Informant, Nassos Pappas as Jeff, Louise Rheas as Lorena, Duncan Skinner as Jimmyboy
Run Time : 102 min | USA:104 min
Filming Locations : Greece
Country : USA | Greece
Language : English
A collection of European in addition to Americans held inside an knack domicile subterranean movie on December 8, 2008, the third daylight hours of the riots drawing close the murder of 15 year-old student Alexandros Grigoropoulos by two cops.
The film`s epicenter is the cold-blooded execution of 15 year-old student Alexander Gregoropoulos by two policemen inside a downtown Athens café on December 6, 2008. "December Riots," a show regarding the Gregoropoulos killing, an occasion that sparked riots inside way over seventy cities furthermore twenty-two geographical regions worldwide plus the US, is produced, furthermore organized by Greek-born Dimitri Vorris. The filmmaker received distinctive right to use to millions of never-before-seen court records furthermore signal delight in the practice session that came about Gregoropoulos`s killing. The thriller, focuses on a heading of Europeans furthermore Americans fixed inside an art-house movie show inside downtown Athens all through the 2008 riots.
A assortment of European along with American filmgoers are wedged at various show of the December 2008 riots, moving closer the murder of a 15 year-old by two policemen, inside a subterranean flick theater. A claustrophobic thriller, in addition to exceptional certainly not prior to known footage indulge in the murder of Alexandros Grigoropoulos, that surprised the world.

December Riots (2011)
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