In 2014, the 50th Anniversary of the making of the film 'Zorba the Greek', our village (Kokkino Horio) decided to have a 'Zorba Fest' and show the original Black and White film in the square. The village scenes in the film were largely filmed in Kokkino Horio. Anthony Quinn was (and still is in some quarters) certainly a local hero, if not a Greek national hero! Walter Lassally who directed the film was there and spoke about the making of the film and the locals asked me to do something for the British Community in the area.
Anna and I went around the village hunting out those who had been in the film, largely as extras, and who were still alive, taking their photographs. From that I made a Power Point presentation showing pictures of those who had featured in the film, as they looked now (2014). The Brits appreciated it, but the Greeks were astonished and delighted to see their pictures (current) appearing on the screen; much laughter, occasional ribald comments etc. A success. Bob.
Yesterday today was tomorrow. Don't dilly dally!