Repression is the rule of the day in this film that skewers Greek governance of the 1960s. Z, a leftist rabble rouser, is killed in what appears to be a traffic accident. But given the political climate, the death of such a prominent activist raises troubling questions. Though it's too late to save Z's life, a postmortem examination suggests that the ruling party was behind his death. As the facts leak out, those who tell the truth pay the price for their honesty.
- Stars:Yves Montand, Irene Papas, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Jacques Perrin, Charles Denner, François Périer, Pierre Dux, Georges Géret, Bernard Fresson, Marcel Bozzuffi, Julien Guiomar, Magali Noël, Renato Salvatori, Habib Reda, Clotilde Joano,
- Country:France, Algeria
- Writer:Vasilis Vasilikos (novel), Jorge Semprún (dialogue)
Following the murder of a prominent leftist, an investigator tries to uncover the truth while government officials attempt to cover up their roles. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Z torrent reviews
(ag) wrote: One Of the Best animated movies I Have Seen Because the animation Is extremely pretty,The Characters Are Very Likable,The Songs Are Catchy,And The Voice Acting Is Spot OnDefinitely Recommended
(gb) wrote: Just because 0 and .5 stars wouldn't show up.
(ca) wrote: Good movie, and Doris Day was excellent (she really was a good actress, not just a great singer) and for those who think Louis Jourdan always played the romantic and the suave, please check him out in this, he isn't suave in the least. He was a James Bond villian after all ;) So there ya go!
(nl) wrote: It took me longer to get into this film than with other Ealing comedies, but once it gets going Passport to Pimlico is an utterly marvellous, and thoroughly British farce.
(es) wrote: Imo, this film is pretty much like "Scarface". You have an up in coming gangster who rises through the ranks, becomes boss, enjoying the glamourous lifestyle, gets into conflicts with his closests friends, smoking cigars, following with a big climatic shootout. I really enjoyed this film and Edward G. Robinson plays a convincing Little Caesar. One of the big differences is Caesar doesn't partake in assassinating his boss (his boss then works for him), no love life, doesn't rat on his associates, cares a lot for his best friend. Caesar seems to be the gangster with a heart of gold and well even gangsters can be human. So in a way even though Caesar is a deadly gangster, he's got a bit of careness in his heart. Even if he is so good covering up his soft side.
(jp) wrote: This movie is a great example of what could be actually happening in our government and we don't even know it.