État de siège
Uruguay in the 1970s. Kidnapped by terrorists, Philip Michael Santore, an American senior civil servant, is kidnapped by terrorists. But, in reality, he belongs to an international ant-terrorist group. As the police start looking for him, a journalist alerts the public, sparking off a governmental crisis.
Directed by: Constantin Costa-Gavras (France/Italy/Germany, 1972)
Cast: Yves Montand (Santore), Renato Salvatori (Lopez), Jacques Weber (Hugo), Jean-Luc Bideau (Este)
Awards: Prix Louis Delluc (1972), nomination (Golden Globes 1974)