|Cast: ||Kostas Laskos, Vivi Petralidou, Katerina Misichrone|
|Crew: ||Screenwriter: Niclolas Kolovos - Producer: Olle Wirenhed
- Director Of Photography: Dionisis Efthimiopoulos
- Editor: Andreas Nilsson
- Composer: Stavros Gasparatos
- Production Designer: Danai Elefsinioti
- Make Up-Hair: Alexandra Myta
- Sound Recordist: Giannis Antipas
- Sound Design/Re-Recording Mixer: Aris Louziotis, Alexandros Sidiropoulos
Eleni asks for fig on her deathbed. Her husband, Kostas goes to the nearest tree to get on, burt falls down and breaks his foot. Time is short and Kostas is old. With one fig in his hand he struggles through harsh nature to return home to fulfill his wife’s last wish.
Nicolas Kolovos is a film director, scriptwriter and playwright. He has written and directed several short films that have been screened at a variety of international film festivals and won several awards. In April 2016 he was awarded Greece's biggest film award, Iris, by the Greek Film Academy for his short film "FIG". He has also directed TV drama and documentaries for the Swedish Television. Nicolas Kolovos is also a dramatist and has written plays for, among others, Riksteatern and Sweden's Radio Drama. His films and plays often portray, with black humor, people in risk zones, and treat subjects such as identity and exclusion.
I made this film after my father narrated a story of a time he suffered the same consequences in his small village in Greece. Without a second thought I started to write. The film speaks to man, for the power of love, the respect, the need for contact, for generosity. Deep rooted values that we have forgotten in the trivial and passive life we lead. I wanted my film to highlight the man who has not forgotten to Love. The Man who did not give up even when things go wrong. The Man who loves unconditionally. The Man who risks and bypasses his own pain to fulfill the dying wish of his loving wife. This simple everyday person – the Hero who lives away from city noise.