“Flea” is the title of a handwritten little newspaper published, edited and written by Ilias Seiladis, a twelve-year-old schoolboy in a remote village in the mountain region of Olympia. “Flea” is young Ilias himself, since he is totally identified with his paper. No one calls him by his name any more, but he is known as “flea”. “The Flea” is something like a dream, the trips I want to take breaking the borders of my small village. It’s the wings which help me fly away, he writes in the paper. “Flea” is also an attempt for daydreaming, optimism and hope. A poke at our slumbering sensibility. “Flea” is above all the beauty of children’s innocent eyes.