Jacqueline Lentzou’s feature debut Moon, 66 Questions is about a teenager reevaluating her relationship with her father – take a look at the trailer. 

Moon, 66 Questions is Greek filmmaker Jacqueline Lentzou’s feature debut. It tells the story of Artemis (Sofia Kokkali), a teenager who is forced to return to Athens to look after her ill father. After discovering a secret he has kept over the years, she comes to understand him better and reevaluates their relationship. Lentzou both wrote and directed the film.

It achieved success at multiple festivals, including Berlinale in 2021. It won the Golden Puffin at Reykjavik International Film Festival, Sofia Kokkali won Best Actress at Nouveau Cinema, and the film received the Cineuropa Award for Best Film at Sarajevo. Starring alongside Kokkali is Lazaros Georgakopoulos.

Take a look at the trailer –

Moon, 66 Questions looks like a moving and personal drama that’s well worth catching in the cinema if you can. It will be released in cinemas on 24th June.

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