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• New, restored high-definition digital transfer, approved by cinematographer Raoul Coutard
• Audio commentary featuring film historian Peter Cowie
• New interviews with Costa-Gavras and Coutard
• Archival interviews with Costa-Gavras; producer-actor Jacques Perrin; actors Yves Montand, Irène Papas, and Jean-Louis Trintignant; and Vassilis Vassilikos, author of the book Z
• Theatrical trailer
• New and improved English subtitle translation
• PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by critic Armond White
The direction is taut, suspenseful, and there are some really great chase scenes here.
Set in an unnamed nation, it presents a politician who is strongly critical of American and Russian nuclear build up and his nation's participation in it.
Criticized for being talky, Z is actually an effective, suspenseful political drama that is a snapshot of the times.
Great movie! That it is about something that actually occurred and is historical is amazing and outrageous! All did a great job!Published 4 months ago by Max
Excellent and riveting story about a Greek political crisis in the 1960s leading up to the military coup in the country.Published 5 months ago by Richard
A riveting, fast-paced story of political corruption at the highest levels of government, and of a bureaucrat who dared to stand against high government and military officials to... Read morePublished 6 months ago by John Coppola
I could not find a credible basis for the underlying conflict - so the development of the story seemed to be completely contrived.Published 7 months ago by Opinion 76
Powerful movie & absolutely unforgettable. Up there with other classics like 'Casablanca.' Do not fail to watch this gem. Every bit as relevant today as when it was first made.Published 8 months ago by B. L. Friedberg