Daughter of Sarantis Sermenis, who was expelled by his parents because he fell in love with his brother’s wife. Colorless, almost ugly, grew up in a house where love was missing and the rigor was superior.
Kostakis Tsakiris’ wife, full of aversion for the man she forcibly married, and, very soon, became his widow.
She was then the wife of Themistocles Idomeneas, son of Colonel Miltiades Idomeneas, in the period of the Junta, where both the leftists and the homosexuals were targeted.
Sister of Theophilus Vergos, her father’s illegitimate son.
Myrsini has seen it all in her lifetime, tasted everything and endured all. She was not told only one thing: an apology at the end.