Revelations is Greek-born director Athina Tsoulis's second drama about an immigrant Greek family in 1960s Auckland. As with A Bitter Song, the story centres around middle daughter Thalia (played by Fotini Yamas; Bitter Song star Alexa Tsoulis-Reay-Thalia now plays the youngest child, Eleni). Teenager Thalia yearns for her own space in a traditional house-hold where her father expects her to be dutiful, and her mother is haunted by a family secret. Thalia's discovery of this secret inspires her to take a stand. Fiona Kay (acclaimed for film Vigil) plays older sister Vasso. The half-hour drama screened on TV series Another Country.
Are you happy now? We won't die of the plague this year.– Thalia (Fotini Yamas) teases her Mum ( Vicky Yiannoutsos) about having their house blessed
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Closing credits song 'Bratsera' composed by Nikos Konitopoulos and performed by Marisa Koch
'Yo-Yo' and 'We Can't Go Wrong' performed by Ray Columbus and The Invaders