Not to be Unpleasant, but we need to have a serious talk by Giorgos Georgopoulos
Womanizer Aris finds out he is a carrier of a sexually transmitted virus, lethal only for women. But he is also the only hope for a curing vaccine, if he finds which one of his ex girlfriends had the first viral strain. By meeting a different one of his ex-girlfriends each day of an entire week, Aris will have to face the consequences of his past choices and actions.
Giorgos Georgopoulos studied directing at the School of Cinematography and Television Lykourgou Stavrakou. His father was also into cinema (Director of Photography for many classic Greek films) and his choice to also get in the industry was greatly influenced by that.
Later on, he studied Social Science in Rome (Universita Roma I: La Sapienza).
Upon his return to Greece, he worked as a film editor and soon thereafter as a director, mainly of TV commercials and documentary films.