Cosmic Candy (2019)

Greek Comedy ‘Cosmic Candy’ (2019) Now Streaming On Spamflix

Rinio Dragasaki’s new comedy Cosmic Candy is now available on Spamflix. You can see it there before you can see it anywhere else!

Check out the trailer below, then read on for the details about the film and how you can check out their live Q and A on Instagram!

From The Spamflix Press Release

Spamflix, the TVOD platform for arthouse and cult films, is releasing worldwide (except Cyprus, Greece & France) Thursday, September 17, the brand-new Greek comedy, Cosmic Candy, right after its genre festival run. The film premiered at Fantastic Fest, Sitges, and the most recent edition of Fantasia Film Festival (in Canada), which ended a couple of weeks ago. After receiving awards in Greece, such as in  Thessaloniki Film Festival, the first feature by Rinio Dragasaki, starring renowned Greek actors Maria Kitsou, Maya Pipera, Kimonas Kouris, Dimitris Lalos, is still unseen in most countries.

Anna, an eccentric supermarket cashier, lives in Athens, alone in her parent’s big apartment. One day she will be forced to take in the 10-year old girl, from next door, after her father goes missing. At the same time, she will be confronted with her possible dismissal and the overwhelming scenario of a workplace romance. And all this, under the influence of excessive Cosmic Candy consumption.

Cosmic Candy is a film about the popping treat we once loved that sweet satisfaction slowly turning into decay. It’s a story about forgotten children and broken adults. About fixation, change and loss. All the things that keep holding us back. That cosmic mass that connects the past with the future.

Director’s Note The film arrives on Spamflix with extra contents such as deleted scenes, a video-clip, and Dragasaki’s short film Dad, Lenin and Freddy (2011), about a little girl and a missing father.

Here’s a look at the official poster art!

Cosmic Candy (2019)

Spamflix will promote a 30’ live Q&A with the director on Instagram: on Friday, September 18th, at 6 pm in Lisbon, 7 pm in Athens. Spamflix co-founder, Julia Duarte, will moderate the chat.

Final Thoughts

Very cool! Looks like an interesting film. Definitely swing by the Q&A if you get the chance. We’ll be there!

Any Spamflix subscribers out there? How do you like the service? Are you looking forward to Cosmic Candy? Tell us in the comments!


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