REAPERS

By Yorgos (georgios) NOUSIAS

EKSO PRODUCTIONS - as PROD

Horror - Development 2010

Nazis!
Greek Resistance Fighters!
Bloodthirsty Ghosts!
In the face of extreme fear, who are your true enemies?

    • Year of production
    • 2010
    • Genres
    • Horror
    • Countries
    • GREECE
    • Languages
    • GREEK, GERMAN
    • Budget
    • 3 - 5 M$
    • Director(s)
    • Yorgos (georgios) NOUSIAS
    • Writer(s)
    • Efi GAVRILOU
    • Producer(s)
    • Louizos ASLANIDIS (Ekso Productions), Petros NOUSIAS (Ekso Productions), Yorgos (georgios) NOUSIAS (Ekso Productions)
    • Synopsis
    • German occupied Greece – 1942
      Somewhere in the countryside.
      Having just taken hostage a leader of the Greek resistance fighters, a Nazi company is retreating after the bloody battle to a nearby abandoned village, with the Greeks hot on their trail.
      What they don’t know is that the village is haunted.
      That same night, while the resistance fighters are willing to give their lives attempting to rescue their leader, soldiers from both sides start to die mysteriously and horrendously. No man can have done this.
      These events, after some tribulations, lead the two enemies to an unholy alliance.
      They now have a much worse enemy, and only united will they stand a chance.
      But the bloodthirsty ghosts will not be easily overcome, especially after the Greek leader is believed to be the bearer of the curse, an element that adds to the constant mistrust between the Germans and the Greeks.
      Friends become foes and our hero is sent to his own death by his very own comrades. In a strange twist of fate though, our hero outlives his accusers only to eventually experience the most agonizing death for as we find out all the allegations are true...
    • Partners & financing
    • Project is in early development. Looking for potential co-producing partners, especially from Germany.
    • Beginning of shooting
    • Sep 01, 2010
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