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Alex & Eve (DVD)

DVD (UPC: 810162030506)

  • Romance (Aspect: 0.6729166666666666)
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Andrea Demetriades, Richard Brancatisano, Demetriades Salwa, Chebatte Bassam, Elrahi George, Nikolakopoulos Chloe, Carides Stavros, Lykos Claire, Samuels Paul, Ryan O'Kane
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"Alex and Eve," a timely romantic comedy that takes star-crossed lovers to an entirely different realm, is based on the hit Australian play of the same name by Alex Lykos (who also scripts the film). It is the story of Alex (Richard Brancatisano) a handsome, Greek Orthodox man in his mid-thirties whose parents want him to marry a good Greek girl. The problem is Alex has fallen in love with Eve (Andrea Demetriades), a confident Lebanese Muslim woman. But Eve's parents have arranged for her to marry a Lebanese Muslim man. Torn between different religions, traditional and modern values, Alex and Eve's family try everything under the heavens to stop them from falling in love.


  • UPC: 810162030506
  • Home Release: 2017-10-04
  • Original Release: 2017
  • Content Provider: K STREET PICTURES
  • Runtime: 91:00
  • Genre: Romance
  • Language: English Greek Lebanese
  • Format: DVD-NTSC
  • Screen: Widescreen
  • Aspect: 0.6729166666666666
  • Rating: NR
  • Audio: DOLBY
  • Color/BW: Color
  • Special Features: Available
  • Copyright: Alex&Eve Productions Pty Ltd 2015
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Disc Format: DVD-5

Cast and Crew

Andrea Demetriades
Richard Brancatisano
Demetriades Salwa
Chebatte Bassam
Elrahi George
Nikolakopoulos Chloe
Carides Stavros
Lykos Claire
Samuels Paul
Ryan O'Kane

Written by:
Alex Lykos

Directed by:
Peter Andrikidis

Produced by:
Murray Fahey