Far are the lands of Messinia! Migrating to the mighty Corinth, Cerberus works as a stone paver on the Diolkos route - a commercial and strategic route linking the Gulf of Corinth to Salamina. Cerberus and Ekaterini lived in a modest house, at the gates of Corinth, owned by a powerful landowner with overwhelming greed. Alas, the couple's poverty and the loss of a child altered their love, and thirst for growth. Disputes between the young couple lead the husband to devote himself daily to the pernicious elixir of the god Dionysus and succumb to his lust for a prostitute. Ekaterini decides to alter their fate...
"Ekaterini" is a free adaptation of a text by Parthénios de Nicée: "Passions amoureuses", number 10: "Leuconé".