Through images deadpan, strange and surreal, Greek writer-director Christos Nikou posits a beguiling reflection on memory, identity, and loss, exploring how a society might handle an irreversible epidemic through one man’s story of self-discovery.
Are we the sum of the images we compile and display of ourselves, or are we something richer, and deeper?
Official selection Venice IFF, Toronto IFF, Telluride FF, AFI.
Greece’s official entry for the 93rd Academy Awards.
The first thing you need to know about 'Apples,' a wry, sly debut from Greek writer-director Christos Nikou, is that it's a film about a global pandemic, conceived and shot not long before the descent of the global pandemic we're living through now. Depending on how you look at things, that's either ...