Nicos seeks solitude in an abandoned village up in the mountains to study his part in the ‘Woman of Zakynthos’ (a theatrical soliloquy by the Greek national poet Dionysios Solomos regarding the Greek Revolution of 1821). Terrified, King is hiding in the forest lest he is locked up again in a mental institution. And Makis, who is divided between two ladies of the underworld and who has become rich through pimping, is worrying about the collapse of the Greek banks. Nicos, King and Makis, entrapped in the passions of life in their own ‘cooker’, will unavoidably clash, revealing long-hidden secrets.
A psychological thriller that connects ancient drama, the Cohen brothers and Dionysios Solomos through an imperceptible thread.