Tania Raymonde,
Jan Uddin,
Raza Jaffrey,
with Patti LuPone
and Christopher Plummer


Directed by Van Ling


Written by
Van Ling and
Marianne Metropoulos
& Kevin Bernhardt


Produced by
Casey Cannon
and Marianne Metropoulos
An Aegean Entertainment Production


Running Time: 2 hours, 17 minutes
Aspect Ratio: 1.85
Language: English
Sound Format: Dolby Atmos or 7.1
MPAA Rating: R for bloody violence
Distributor: Round Hill Media

“Cliffs of Freedom” is the story of an ill-fated romance between a young Greek village girl and a conflicted Turkish officer during the dawn of the Greek War for Independence against the Ottoman Empire in 1821. Twenty-year-old Anna Christina is smitten by Colonel Tariq, a rising star in the Turkish army who has growing doubts about his countrymen’s brutal methods of governance, and who had once spared her life on a cliff-top when she was a child… but their budding romance brings tragedy to her family and her village. Swearing revenge against the Turks, Christina joins the Greek rebellion and inadvertently becomes a local symbol of the Greek resistance movement, inspiring her countrymen and attracting the ire of the Turks, who place a bounty on her head. Having believed that she could leave her feelings behind, Christina must face off against the man who still loves her and wants to keep her safe, but who has now been tasked with her capture. Their encounters and skirmishes inevitably lead to a tragic confrontation during a pivotal battle between the Greeks and Turks that will change the course of history.