This series pictures the underground political culture in Greece. Generations from the lower and middle-classes have been raised with revolt and protest. Greece is by far the country with the biggest number of demonstrations in Europe, especially amongst youths whose movement started in the ‘30s. Today, after the end of dictatorship in Greece, despite a period of political tranquillity, five protesters have died after clashes with the police. Youth movements still stand strong, expressing themselves with student-elections, by going into the streets to demonstrate or organise university sit-ins. The crisis and the austerity measures of the last five years have brought the youth back to the streets.