By Ioanna Karystiani
Linos has been granted a five-day furlough from criminal the place he's serving a existence sentence for homicide. His mom has made up our minds to take him to Delphi. a number of days spent in that magical position, she thinks, could distract him from his lousy destiny. She additionally hopes that this short time jointly could be an opportunity for them to fix what has develop into a broken dating. as a result, she has a tough revelation to percentage along with her son: ten years past, it was once she who led the police to him; she is liable for his arrest and imprisonment.
Over the process 5 days, as mom and son wander the awesome ruins of Delphi, issues referring to Linos's formative years which have been buried for many years resurface. it is a go back to the origins of Greek tragedy, a narrative approximately guilt and innocence, concerning the monsters that lurk even in daily life, and in regards to the advanced and engaging courting among moms and their sons.
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