Two one -act plays of Greek writers, who even if they step steadily on the ground of Greek reality, have the possibility to get over it, so as to appeal to an international public. 'The end' talks about the relation of an old couple who are the last representatives of an old state of things. Grandfather and grandmother are the old people abandoned as useless old clothes but have still the opportunity to die in their own home. They are the persons who after the birth of their 9 children have nobody to close their eyes. The old is not anymore the respected person, the leader of the family. The revolution of the young has already been done. The desolation of the village, has also taken place. Everybody has left. 'A strange afternoon' describes the meeting of two persons, meeting accidentally in a park, whose conversation ends in a soul-destroying confrontation of conscious and political conflicts. The play talks about the generation of the 1960's, filled with hippy dreams and risings, broken ideals, consumption anxiety and the dead end of life in the period of dictatorship.