90 minutes, 2015
Director: Angélique KOUROUNIS (France, Greece)
Production: OmniaTV (Greece), Arte (France, Germany), Yemaya Productions (France)
“My man is a Jew, one of my sons gay, another an anarchist and me a left-wing feminist, daughter of an immigrant. If Golden Dawn comes to power, our only problem will be which carriage we get into.”
Over a period of years the journalist/director has investigated Golden Dawn, the Greek neo-Nazi party. In this film she approaches the issue through her own obsessions, worries and fears. She has spent many years researching all aspects of the party, still ranked third on the Greek political scene, despite decades of murderous actions.
Angélique KOUROUNIS is a journalist, author and director.
Since 1985 she has covered Greece and the Balkans on a regular, often daily basis for the written press (including, Charlie Hebdo, La Libre Belgique, Politis and Ouest France), radio (France Info, France Culture, France Inter, Radio Canada, RTBF Radio Télévision Belge Francophone, Radio Suisse Romande), and television (LCI, CBC, RTSR, RTBF, Public Sénat, TV5 Monde).
Among her most recent reports: “Attrape-moi si tu peux”, “Va te faire sauter chez les Grecs”, “Les mutants de l’atome” and “La Route des Roms”.