A brand new black comedy from award-winning Australian writer/director Alkinos Tsilimidos, The Taverna covers one utterly chaotic evening in a family run Greek restaurant.
Taverna owner, Kostas gets more than he bargained for when his popular belly dancer refuses to work to avoid her ex-husband and his new girlfriend, and is replaced at the last minute by one of his eager waitresses.
Matters are further complicated by a kidnapping, a scooter accident involving Kostas’ son, a well-meaning chef who cooks up rare treat and a sleazy customer who doesn’t know his limits. It all adds up to a darkly comic ride into the wild side of life, love, food and cultural differences.
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Image: Vangelis Mourikis stars as Kostas in The Taverna (film still)