Greece: The Story of Z

Throughout the West, millions of people have formed their opinion of the military regime in Greece by viewing the French-Algerian film Z, the title of which is the Greek symbol for "he still lives." A powerfully contrived and brilliantly acted thriller (TIME, Dec. 5), Z purports to give a picture of contemporary Greece by focusing on a right-wing conspiracy to kill a leftist politician. At the bottom of this plot are revealed all the elements that are bound to rouse the liberal Western conscience: self-righteous military men, violence-loving fascists and broad hints...

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