Dyo ilioi ston ourano
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Free thinking against fatalistic slavery
Two Suns in the sky (Dyo Ilioi ston Ourano) is a film about the time (4th/5th centuries CE) when Hellas (Greece) was transformed from a country of philosophers/free thinkers and heroes (the first sun is Apollo) to a country of slaves to a non-hellenic, non-human, non-aristocratic way of fatalistic thinking of pseudo-equality and pseudo-metaphysics (the second sun is Jesus). It was a time when the schools of Philosophy were closed down and the Olympic games were banned. The film shows that this transformation was violent and not peaceful as the church argues. 1600 years have passed since the time depicted in this film, yet, the Christian occupation of Hellas continues...
- Feb 25, 2006
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By what name was Dyo ilioi ston ourano (1991) officially released in Canada in English?Answer