Greek Tragedy, Greek Closure

As a young child living in rural Greece, John Bakos went through World War II then the Greek Revolution. His father, the mayor of the village where Bakos was raised, fought the Germans, Italians, and Communists; his father survived World War II but not the Greek Revolution. As a teenager, Bakos left Greece, eventually settling in North Carolina, where he raised a family and built a successful career. However, the tragic and brutal death of his father continued to haunt Bakos for years. Greek Tragedy, Greek Closure is about the quest of one man to find out what happened during his father's last day and then to replace anger with spiritual peace.