People without a country

"The film attempts to respond to historical circumstances that remain unclear to this day..."

  • Genre: Documentary, History, War

  • Release Year: 2011

  • Duration: 66 minutes


  • Directed by: Borjan Zafirovski, Marko Gjokovik

  • Screenplay by: Atanas Kirovski

  • Produced by: Sasho Peshev, Atanas Kirovski

  • Leading Roles: Vera Foteva, Verica Nedeska Trajkova, Emil Ruben, Aleksandar Mikic, Milan Tocinovski, Goran Atanasovski, Dimitar Doksevski, Goce Vlahov, Marina Pop Pankova, Nadzi Saban

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Synopsis:

Many who fought in the resistance against the German occupation of Greece and in the civil war that followed were persecuted for decades to come, regardless of their politics. It is only recently that they have felt free to tell their stories.


People Without a Country is a documentary about people living in northern Greece during the period of the Greek civil war and handles the complexities of this war. Through the heroic story of Vera Foteva and her life, we enter the horrifying lives of the DAG soldiers, their fight for freedom and their fight for ideals in a period when sides change in a second.

The film attempts to respond to historical circumstances that remain unclear to this day.

Director Information:

Borjan Zafirovski, Marko Gjokovik

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