Greece: Secrets of the Past | Chicago Reader

Greece: Secrets of the Past

I'm still not sure what “secrets” this large-format production unearths, but it includes scenes of an archaeologist working on the island of Santorini, which was buried by a volcano in 1646 BC; a volcanologist traces the eruption's course, and the art uncovered is spectacular. A diversion to Athens shows virtual restorations of the Parthenon and its giant statue of Athena but generally seems less pointed, and director Greg MacGillivray offers way too many shots taken from planes swooping low over island coastlines. 47 min.


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