The play "HELLADOS" is a retelling of the classic work by Nodar Dumbadze, set in Sukhum of the last century, where multi-ethnic communities lived together. The story follows the friendship between two teenagers, Yangul and Jemal, as they struggle for self-discovery and eventually form a deep bond of mutual respect and loyalty. As the Greek Yangul reflects on the true meaning of his motherland, he realizes that it is not just a physical place, but something that resides deep inside one's heart. When he makes the difficult decision to leave Sukhum and embark on a ship journey to Greece with his father and many others, he feels a strong pull to return to his homeland. Throughout the play, the audience is reminded of timeless values such as friendship, love of country, tolerance, and self-sacrifice. As Yangul and Jemal navigate the challenges of their multi-ethnic community and the conflicts that arise, they learn to appreciate their differences and stand up for what they believe in. In the end, the play celebrates the enduring power of human connection, the beauty of cultural diversity, and the importance of staying true to oneself and one's roots, even in the face of adversity.