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New Meetup: "Z" Directed by Costa-Gavras, Sat. April 4th @ The Nuart at 7:00PM

From: user 3.
Sent on: Friday, March 20, 2009 3:14 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Los Angeles Film Enthusiasts!

What: "Z" Directed by Costa-Gavras, Sat. April 4th @ The Nuart at 7:00PM

When: April 4,[masked]:45 PM

Where: Click the link below to find out!

Meetup Description: Join me on Saturday, April 4th, at the Nuart Theatre for a brilliant classic: "Z", directed by Costa-Gavras, and Academy Award Winner for Best foreign Language Film in 1969. The film starts at 7:00 PM, but I will definitely schedule dinner before. I will update the dinner plans shortly. Parking is available on the street. For those of you only coming to the film, we will meet you in the lobby of the theatre at 6:45 PM.

***Please indicate in your rsvp whether you will be joining me for dinner.

Tickets are not available for purchase at this time, but I will inform you when they are available.

Summary of the film:

From acclaimed political filmmaker Costa-Gavras (Missing, State of Siege) comes Z, a high-tension,
edge-of-your-set action thriller that closely parallels the real-life assassination of Gregorious Lambrakis, a
Greek doctor, humanist and peace movement leader whose murder in 1963 by a group of right-wing
terrorists led to an abortive public scandal. Hailed as one of the best political thrillers ever made, the
suspenseful drama features superb performances by a top international cast, including Yves Montand
(Jean de Florette), Jean-Louis Trintignant (Red) and Irene Papas (Zorba the Greek). Original music by
Mikis Theodorakis.

Academy Award winner for Best Foreign Language Film and Best Film Editing.

New 35mm print in honor of the film?s 40th Anniversary.
(France/Algeria, 1969)

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