On Tuesday 13June at 19:00 and on Wednesday 14 June at 21:00 the film Suntan (Greece, 2016, colour, 104 min) by Argyris Papadimitropoulos will be screened in cinema Utopia in the original Greek version with English subtitles. The film is not suitable for children.
Tickets for Greek films can no longer be bought at Utopia's box office. They will be sold at a separate desk by the cinema's entrance. Reservations and card payments cannot be accommodated. The ticket costs 9 euros (5 euros for members). You are kindly asked to have the exact amount with you.
On a hedonistic Greek island, a middle-aged doctor becomes obsessed with a young tourist when she lets him tag along with her group of hard partying friends.
For middle-aged Kostis, life has passed him by. As the newly appointed doctor of a tiny island, Kostis spends a dreary winter alone. By the time summer arrives, though, the island has turned into a thriving, wild vacation spot with nude beaches and crazy parties. When Kostis meets the beautiful and flirty Anna, he falls hard for her and goes out of his way to conquer and impress her. Before long, Kostis is spending nearly all of his time getting drunk, partying hard, and even making out with Anna. What starts as a rediscovery with his lost-long youth, though, slowly turns into an obsession as Kostis is willing to do whatever it takes to keep his Anna. Suntan celebrates the beauty and strength of the youthful body, while simultaneously embracing its inevitable decay.