What Odeon Veso Mare is showing from 1 to 7 September 2022

The new films are the thriller “The Fall”, “Where the Crayfish Sing” and “Three Thousand Years of Waiting”

In the new film week from Thursday 1st to Wednesday 7th September 2022, the following films will be screened at the Odeon Veso Mare, on the Dymaion Coast, according to the announced schedule:

Hall 5 at 21.00 and Hall 7 at 22.00 daily

“Fall – Fall”

A film of suspense, adrenaline and the ultimate film of…hypophobia as advertised, distributed by ODEON.

For best friends Becky (Grace Caroline Carey) and Hunter (Virginia Gardner), life is about conquering your fears and pushing your limits. But after they decide to climb to the top of a remote and abandoned 600 meter tower, they will have no way to get down. Now, the two’s climbing skills will be put to the test as they desperately struggle to survive the elements, lack of supplies and dizzying heights in this adrenaline-fueled thriller co-starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

Directed by: Scott Mann

Actors: Grace Caroline Carey, Virginia Gardner, Mason Gooding, Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

The film is already showing abroad with the receipts having reached 8 million dollars.

Duration: 2 hours.

Room 1 at 19.10 daily,

Room 8 at 21.30 daily,

Room 3 at 22.30 daily

“Three Thousand Years of Longing”

Fantasy film directed by Oscar-winning Greek-Australian George Miller and screenplay (based on a short story by Antonia Susan Byatt) co-written by: George Miller, Augusta Gore.

Starring: Idris Elba, Tilda Swinton, Aamito Lagum, Nicolas Mouvad.

Tilda Swinton (We Need to Talk About Kevin) and Idris Elba (TV’s Luther) star in the spectacular, magical adventure from the great George Miller (Mad Max: Fury Road). The stormy and impressive spectacle is reminiscent of the Thousand and One Nights in a more modern version with the fairytale dimension of the story taking off from the creator’s surreal vision. A captivating, epic mosaic of stories that takes us from Constantinople to Suleiman’s palace and the court of the Queen of Sheba.


Dr. Indeed Binny (Tilda Swinton) is an academic contented with her life, a creature bent on logic. While in Istanbul for a conference, he meets a Genie (Idris Elba) who offers her three wishes in exchange for his freedom. But his proposal runs into two obstacles. First, she doubts it’s real, and second, being an academic in the field of myth and history, she knows full well that all wish-fulfillment stories don’t end well. The Genie defends his position by telling fantastic stories from his past. Eventually, he seduces her and she makes a wish that surprises them both.

Distributed by Tanweer.

The film grossed close to $4 million in its opening weekend.

Duration: 123 minutes.

On September 1, 2022, it premieres in...

Room 6 at 19.20 and 21.40 daily,

“Where the Crawdads Sing”

A captivating mystery story based on the best-selling novel of the same name, “Where the Crawfish Sing” tells the story of Kaia, a girl abandoned by humans and raised to adulthood in the dangerous swamps of North Carolina. For years, rumors of the “Swamp Chick” haunted Barclay Cove, isolating the sensitive and intelligent Kaia from her community.

When two young men from the town are captivated by her beauty, Kaia opens up to a new life, but when one of the two is found dead, society christens her as the prime suspect. As the case unfolds, the verdict on what really happened becomes even more complicated, threatening to reveal the many secrets hidden within the swamp.

Directed by: Olivia Newman

Screenplay: Lucy Alibar, based on the book by Delia Owens which is also available in Greek.

Starring: Daisy Edgar-Jones, Taylor John Smith, Harris Dickinson, Michael Hyatt, Sterling Macer, Jr. and David Strathairn.

The film is already showing success overseas with the receipts already approaching 110 million dollars.

Distributed by Feelgood.

Duration: 140 minutes.

Room 1 at 21.20 daily


The horror film “Ute Kahn”, directed by Oscar winner Jordan Peele, premiered in Greek cinemas on August 25, distributed by Tulip.

African-American Jordan Peele shook up and redefined modern horror cinema with the films ‘Run! – Get Out” and “We – Us”. This year he breathes new life into the cinema of fantasy with a new pop nightmare: the cosmic horror epic “Nope” which is already successfully shown in American theaters having reached $118 million in receipts plus another 31.3 million from the rest of the world.

The film stars the Oscar winner Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out, Judas and the Black Messiah), with Keke Palmer (Hustlers, Alice) and Oscar nominee, Steven Yeun (Minari, Okja), who are the inhabitants of a remote inland canyon in California, who will witness an untold apocalypse.

The film co-starring Mike Wincott (Hitchcock, Westworld) and Brandon Perea (The OA, American Insurrection) is written and directed by Jordan Peele, and produced by Ian Cooper (Us, Candyman) alongside Peele, for Monkeypaw Productions account. The film is distributed worldwide by Universal Pictures.

Duration: 135 minutes.

In its opening at the Greek box office, it sold more than 9,100 tickets in the 4-day period, 25-28/8.

Room 3 at 20.00 daily

“After 4: Forever Together – After Ever Happy”

The fourth installment of the “After” franchise finds Tessa and Hardin at a difficult crossroads. Will Tessa continue to save him and at the same time try to save their relationship or is it time to save herself? While Hardin is in London for his mother’s wedding, he sinks deeper and deeper into darkness, while Tessa returns to Seattle in a tragic state. If they want their love to survive, they must first work on themselves, each individually. But will their paths bring them together again?

Directed by Castille Landon.

Starring: Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Josephine Langford, Kiana Madeira, Louise Lombard, Chance Perdomo, Rob Estes, Carter Jenkins, Jack Bandeira.

The film opens in the US on September 7, 2022.

At the Greek box office, the film cut 8,400 tickets at the beginning.

Duration: 95 minutes.

Room 3 at 18.00 only on the weekend,

Room 7 at 18.30 at the weekend only and at 20.15 daily,

Room 5 at 19.00 daily,

Room 8 at 19.30 daily

“Minions: The Rise of Gru – Minions 2: The Rise of Gru”

The Minions – and Gru, of course – return in a prequel / sequel to the animated saga of absolute evil, directed by Kyle Balda. We are in the 70s and little Gru, who dreams of becoming the worst villain in history, has set a goal: to prove that he is bad enough to become a member of the Vicious 6 team that he admires. However, everything will go wrong and Gru, instead of a member, becomes the worst enemy of the Vicious 6: on his side to save will stand, of course, his tiny obscure adorable yellow friends, Kevin, Stewart and Bob.

It is the fourth “sequel” of the successful franchise of “Me, the Despicable Me”. From Thursday, August 25, the film will be shown dubbed in Greek.

In the dubbed Greek version, Yiannis Zouganelis is also heard.

The film “tore up” at the Greek box office & is already close to 90,000 tickets in almost 2 weeks of screening, while abroad the global receipts are at 870 million dollars.

The English version features the voices of: Steve Carell, Taraji P. Henson, Michelle Yeoh, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Lucy Lawless, Julie Andrews, Dolph Lundgren, Danny Trejo.

Duration: 88 minutes

Distribution: Tulip Entertainment.

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