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'My Greek Drama': Gianna Angelopoulos says Greece needs to learn from Olympics

Updated 11:14 AM ET, Mon June 10, 2013
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Gianna Angelopoulos at the Athens 2004 swimming venue in her volunteers' uniform Courtesy Gianna Angelopoulos
Jacques Rogge, President of the International Olympic Committee, and Angelopoulos at the opening ceremony of the Athens Olympic Games in 2004. Courtesy Gianna Angelopoulos
Addressing the world at the opening ceremony of Athens 2004, Angelopoulos is accompanied by IOC President Jacques Rogge. Courtesy Gianna Angelopoulos
Olympic rings at Athens 2004 opening ceremony, the culmination of four years' of work for Angelopoulos and her team. Courtesy Gianna Angelopoulos
Angelopoulos hands over the Olympic flag to Beijing at the Athens 2004 closing ceremony. Courtesy Gianna Angelopoulos
Angelopoulos meets with planners to discuss the final details for the Olympic Village. Courtesy Gianna Angelopoulos
Holding an Olympic torch at the palace of Knossos in her hometown of Heraklion, Crete, Angelopoulos is content. Courtesy Gianna Angelopoulos
Fireworks at the opening ceremony mark the start of Athens 2004 Olympic Games. Courtesy Gianna Angelopoulos
As head of the Athens 2004 Organizing Committee, Angelopoulos lifts the Olympic torch with Kofi Annan, the then Secretary General of the United Nations. Courtesy Gianna Angelopoulos
Angelopoulos, who now works with the Clinton Global Initiative, with former U.S. president Bill Clinton at Harvard University Courtesy Gianna Angelopoulos