1. ‘My film would not exist if the patriarchy did not exist’: the director taking on the Greek establishment  The Guardian
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Moon, 66 Questions tackles homophobia, suppression and the expectations placed on women to care for their parents. Jacqueline Lentzou explains the origins of her filmMoon, 66 Questions tackles homophobia, suppression and the expectations placed on women to care for their parents. Jacqueline Lentzou explains the origins of her film

‘My film would not exist if the patriarchy did not exist’: the director taking on the Greek establishment | Film | The Guardian

The Greek filmmaker talks astrology, working with Paul Thomas Anderson, and her emotional new film Moon, 66 Questions

Jacqueline Lentzou is the new romantic of Greek Weird cinema | Dazed

Moon, 66 Questions (Selini, 66 erotiseis) - The Number One magazine feat. news, reviews, movie trailers, cinema, DVDs, interviews + film & movie gossip UK & worldwide.Artemis (Sofia Kokkali) is back in Athens after a very long time to look after her father Paris (Lazaros Georgakopoulos) who has muscular dystrophy is leaving him debilitated. They clearly have had a difficult relationship in the past, which seems to be apparent to the extended family who are in the house. This could be why they are interviewing for carers, though this isn’t clear if it is to assist Artemis or take over later on.

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Jacqueline Lentzou’s debut feature takes its time to come into focus – but it’s an important accomplishment from a filmmaker with a uniquely nuanced, untethered style.Jacqueline Lentzou’s debut feature takes its time to come into focus – but it’s an important accomplishment from a filmmaker with a uniquely nuanced, untethered style.

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Moon, 66 Questions, 2021. Directed by Jacqueline Lentzou. Starring Sofia Kokkali, Lazaros Georgakopou and Nikitas Tsakiroglou. SYNOPSIS: While living in Paris, Artemis (Sofia Kokkali) is forced to return to her native Athens after her father becomes gravely ill. Estranged from her parents, she struggles to confront her past relationship with her dad while simultaneously acting […]

Moon, 66 Questions (2021) - Movie Review

A selection at Berlinale and New Directors/New Films, Jacqueline Lentzou's Greek drama Moon, 66 Questions is now finally getting a release next month courtesy oA selection at Berlinale and New Directors/New Films, Jacqueline Lentzou’s Greek drama Moon, 66 Questions is now finally getting a release next month courtesy of Film Movement. The film follows twe…

Exclusive Trailer for Jacqueline Lentzou's Moon, 66 Questions Finds a Woman Adrift in Athens

Jacqueline Lentzou's distinctively poetic debut feature offers a heartfelt study of unconventional family dynamics.Jacqueline Lentzou's distinctively poetic debut feature offers a heartfelt study of unconventional family dynamics.

Moon, 66 Questions review – Delicate cinematic minimalism

The up-and-coming Greek film-maker talks about unspoken love, Tarot cards, and why she doesn’t subscribe to the so-called Weird WaveThe up-and-coming Greek film-maker talks about unspoken love, Tarot cards, and why she doesn’t subscribe to the so-called Weird Wave

Jacqueline Lentzou: ‘I could not find a producer because most producers here are men and they would look at me as if an alien’ – The Irish Times

Like Yorgos Lanthimos and Athina Rachel Tsangari, Jacqueline Lentzou is a contemporary Greek filmmaker with a distinct sensibility. Her debut feature – Moon 66, Questions – confirms Lentzou's position as a visionary director worth getting excited about.Like Yorgos Lanthimos and Athina Rachel Tsangari, Jacqueline Lentzou is a contemporary Greek filmmaker with a distinct sensibility. Her debut feature – Moon 66, Questions – confirms Lentzou's position as a visionary director worth getting excited about.

Moon, 66 Questions review: imaginative greek drama - The Skinny

He's right in front of me, but I can't see him. I can't talk to him, get to know him... Film Movement has revealed an official US trailer for an indieHe's right in front of me, but I can't see him. I can't talk to him, get to know him... Film Movement has revealed an official US trailer for an indie

Official US Trailer for Greek Film 'Moon, 66 Questions' About Family | FirstShowing.net

Moon, 66 Questions (2020) Movie Review from Eye for Film

Moon, 66 Questions is the poetic and idiosyncratic feature debut of Greek director Jacqueline Lentzou that follows the story of a young woman, Artemis (Sofia Kokkali), who must return to her home city of Athens from France to care for her estranged father, Paris (Lazaros Georgakopoulos), newly plagued by a debilitating illness. In a non-conventional […]Moon, 66 Questions is the poetic and idiosyncratic feature debut of Greek director Jacqueline Lentzou that follows the story of a young woman, Artemis (Sofia Kokkali), who must return to her home city of Athens from France to care for her estranged father, Paris (Lazaros Georgakopoulos), newly plagued by a debilitating illness. In a non-conventional […]

“It’s a collage film about unspoken love”: Jacqueline Lentzou on Moon, 66 Questions – The Upcoming