Politiki kouzina

They always say that
and nothing ever happens.

I realised then that other things
can be "cooked" besides food.

The other day Osman Bey came
by and he smelled of garlic.

If a diplomat smells of
garlic, trouble is stirring.

Also Aidin Bey came by and
said something I didn't like.

"Things aren't well,
Mr. Michalis..."

"You must be very

"lsn't your son-in-law
a Greek citizen?"

Shh... the child...
For as long as I can remember
they keep saying the same thing.

The Turks will deport you,
Turks will do this and that...

They talk and talk, but
we are fine, aren't we?

Emilie you were sailing during
the September 1 955 atrocities.

You weren't here to see my
shop being burned to the ground.

I'm selling everything and going
to Greece. I need peace of mind.

The thought of leaving
brings on a pain here...

I saw Thrasyvoulos in Athens.
Send him some x-rays to look at.

We went out one night, while
in Athens and talked...

about lnstabul and
the old times...

Wouldn't it be better if they
could talk about these things here?

My dear departed wife said that
when you leave some place...

you should talk about
the place you are going...

not the place you are
leaving behind.

I'm that kind
of person too.