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Z (1969) Poster

(1969)

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Narrator: Concurrently, the military banned long hair on males; mini-skirts; Sophocles; Tolstoy; Euripedes; smashing glasses after drinking toasts; labor strikes; Aristophanes; Ionesco; Sartre; Albee; Pinter; freedom of the press; sociology; Beckett; Dostoyevsky; modern music; popular music; the new mathematics; and the letter "Z", which in ancient Greek means "He is alive!"

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Manuel: Always blame the USA, even if you are wrong!

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Examining Magistrate: Nom, prénom, profession... Signez votre déposition... Vous êtes officiellement inculpé pour homicide volontaire avec préméditation! Votre mandat de depôt est prêt. La loi accorde vingt-quatre heures aux officiers supérieurs avant de les incarcérer. Si vous voulez éviter les journalistes, vous pouvez sortir par là.

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The General: Dreyfus was guilty!

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Manuel: They say a hungry bear won't dance.

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Yago: [noticing that Vago is watching a boy] You only think about that?

Vago: [smiling] Yes.

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Z: [Z to his wife in flashback] Want to tell them the truth? They'll live the truth later.

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The General: Tonight, the enemy's holding a meeting in our city.

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