3 things about Costa-Gavras’s Z

Z [1969]

1. A family portrait and a clean white shirt.
2. He does a little jig in the street and then walks into a bar, where he sexually harasses a boy who’s playing the pinball machine.
3. “Lithe and ferocious as a tiger.”

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