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We are in Veria, the capital of the prefecture of Imathia in Macedonia, in northern Greece.

The film opens with a shot from Mitropoleos Street in the center of the city, where schoolgirls parade as part of the festive events for the anniversary of October 28. The schoolgirls, who wear white turtlenecks, blue skirts and white ribbons in their hair, pass in front of people who stand on the sidewalk watching the parade.

Consecutive short shots, from the same point of the street in which the female students alternate with the male as the parade progresses, follow. In the latter, a man who wears a black suit, uses his whistle to guide the children. The consecutive shots continue, with one cyclist passing by in front of the camera.

Afterwards, we see the flag bearer and the attendants, who are high school students and then the filmmaker shows us the empty street of Metropoleos Street, just before the parade reaches that point.

A car is parked while residents of the city are sitting in the restaurant "The 3 brothers”.

In the next shot, we watch the elementary school children parade in front of a patisserie that is full of customers. In front of the flag bearer, two well-dressed women are walking, while a priest is watching from the sidewalk. Next to the children walks their teacher.

Lastly, the parade passes by the parked car on the side of the road and continues its course.




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Chatzidakis Georgios

HD (1440x1080)



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