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DIRECTOR: Nikos LabĂ´t WITH: Marisha Triantafyllidou, Dimitris Imellos.

Her Job marks the debut feature of Greek writer-director Nikos Labot. Panayiota, a 37-year-old illiterate housewife, leads a quiet life with her husband and their children in a modest neighbourhood in Athens. To cope with the recession that has been affecting her family for some time, Panayiota takes a job as a cleaner. Despite the ruthlessness of her work-environment, Panayiota breaks free from her domineering husband and domestic monotony, gradually gaining the respect she never had from her family.

A multiple award-winning film, including Best Debut Prize at the Hellenic Film Academy and Fipresci Award & Young Fipresci Award at Warsaw Film Festival.

The Cambridge Film Festival is presented by the Cambridge Film Trust, a registered charity with a mission to foster film culture and education for the benefit of the public, in Cambridge, the Eastern region and throughout the UK.