About

Hecuba and the other women of Troy rise to find their city in ruins and their cause lost. The city has fallen into Greek hands and it is likely their lot to become slaves of Greek soldiers. A messenger approaches to inform them that the lots have been drawn and each woman will be taken to the man who drew for her. Of particular interest is Hecuba's daughter, Cassandra, who is chosen for the Greek...

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Directed by

Mihalis Kakogiannis

Written by

Euripides (Theatre Play)
Edith Hamilton (Writer)
Mihalis Kakogiannis (Screenplay)

Runtime

105 minutes

Country

United States of America, United Kingdom, Greece

Language

English

Tagline

The Strength of Mankind has Always Been it's Women

Cast

Keywords

based on play or musical ancient greece conquest trojan war greek tragedy enslavement helen of troy troy