Elena Nathanael
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Sti skia tou Lemmy Caution (2002)
Black Out (1998)
[ Hanna Schygulla ][ Karyofyllia Karabeti ]
Patagonia (1998)
Apousies (1987)
Pontioi, Oi (1986)
Apithanoi, alliotikoi kai oraioi (1982)
Enas kontos tha mas sosei (1981)
Politsmanas to kaggelo, Tis (1981)
Eisai stin EOK, pathe gia tin EOK (1980)
Podogyros, O (1980)
[ Maro Kontou ]
Aisiodoxos, O (1973)
Zitima zois kai thanatou (1973)
Anazitisi (1972)
Antartes ton poleon (1972)
Ekeino to kalokairi (1971)
Ethelontis ston erota (1971)
Sorriso del ragno, Il (1971)
Proklisis (1970)
Levedopaido, To (1969)
[ Nora Balsami ]
Xypna Vassili (1969)
Epiheirisis Apollon (1968)
Kataskopoi sto Saroniko (1968)
Radevou me mian agnosti (1968)
Dekatostritos, O (1967)
Drapetis, O (1967)
Fovos, O (1966)
Dama spathi (1966)
Erotas stin kafti ammo (1966)
Wälsungenblut (1965)
Kati na kaiei (1963)

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Elena Nathanael was born in Athens, the daughter of a well-off textile designer and manufacturer. Her impressive good looks got her noticed by producers and directors of the, then-blooming, Greek commercial cinema of the mid-sixties. After studying drama at the Pelos Katselis Drama School, Elena got her first screen part in the 1963 movie Kati na kaiei (Something burning), directed by Yiannis Dalianides. Her second screen role came in 1965 in the German movie Walsungenblunt, directed by Rolf Thiele and based on a Thomas Mann novel. A few more parts followed in Greek movies of the late sixties, usually in the Athenian spoilt rich girl mould. In 1968 she got a best actress award at the Salonica film festival for her part in the movie Randevou me mia agnosti (Rendez-vous with a stranger). In the early seventies she established her screen persona (that of a free-spirited, beautiful young woman) and became something of a fashion icon but with the abrupt decline of the Greek commercial cinema in 1973 her career came to a halt. After a seven year absence she made a comeback of sorts with a number of straight-to-video movies, usually light comedies. Her last role worthy of her beauty and acting abilities was that of Julia in the hugely succesful Thornbirds spin-off TV soap, Aggigma psyhis, in 1998.

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