In Liparo & Bombs, Efstathiadis explores the modern paranoia that exists within society. There is an underlying frustration experienced by young people in relation to the expectations and misplaced values of roles in society. Efstathiadis explains that there was a time when the riots in Greece were seen as a show put on for the media. Petrol bombs everywhere, Athens was on fire.
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