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    Returning Home

    Life after leaving the city to live in the village.

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    Returning Home

    Directed by Nikolia Apostolou 2018 13 min
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    Returning Home is a story about four siblings in Greece that left their lousy jobs in the city to return to their village and become farmers. Despite their master's degrees, the siblings, all in their 30s couldn't find jobs in the field of their studies, due to the high youth unemployment in Greece.

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    Returning Home

    Returning Home is a story about four siblings in Greece that left their lousy jobs in the city to return to their village and become farmers. Despite their master's degrees, the siblings, all in their 30s couldn't find jobs in the field of their studies, due to the high youth unemployment in Greece.

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