Gerassimos Soulis

This photo taken on Monday, Jan. 20, 2015, shows cinema and TV production electrician Gerassimos Soulis, 42, setting up a light in Athens. After 14 years working in the business, Soulis found himself out of a job in 2010, and made ends meet for the next four years on odd assignments _ with assistance fromContinue reading “Gerassimos Soulis”

This photo taken on Monday, Jan. 20, 2015, shows cinema and TV production electrician Gerassimos Soulis, 42, setting up a light in Athens. After 14 years working in the business, Soulis found himself out of a job in 2010, and made ends meet for the next four years on odd assignments _ with assistance from his parents and friends. He is now in a regular job again, after Greek TV companies returned to domestic productions following years of relying on foreign series. Soulis says he reluctantly voted for Syriza in the last elections and will do so again on Jan. 25, hoping _ without deep conviction _ that Greece’s situation could improve under the left-wing main opposition party. He says Greece’s main issue is not so much whether to keep the euro currency or return to the drachma, but rather a choice between “life or plain survival.” (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis)

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