Adriano Vita




Cast (Feature Film)

Seven Slaves Against the World (1965)

Life Events


Movie Clip

Z -- (1969) -- (Movie Clip) This Ideological Disease Beginning during the credits, with the famous non-disclaimer, because it was common knowledge that the story took place in contemporary Greece, the General (Pierre Dux) leads fellow authorities discussing politics in metaphor, opening Costa-Gavras' thriller Z, 1969.
Z -- (1969) -- (Movie Clip) A Blow Struck To The Head Widow Helene (Irene Papas) and "the journalist" (Jacques Perrin) observe crowds mourning "the deputy" with the "Z" symbol, as "the prosecutor" (Jean-Louis Trintignant) gets an autopsy report, in Costa-Gavras' Z, 1969.
Z -- (1969) -- (Movie Clip) Your Husband's Heart Helene (Irene Papas), wife of the assaulted "Deputy," (Yves Montand) arrives at the hospital, with flashbacks, official apologies and a poor diagnosis, in Costa-Gavras' Z, 1969.
Z -- (1969) -- (Movie Clip) Why Is Peace Intolerable? Flanked by aides (Charles Denner, Bernard Fresson), police not helping, "The Deputy" (Yves Montand) is forced to cross a hostile crowd for his rally, attacked for the first time, in Costa-Gavras' Z, 1969, clearly but not explicitly taking place in the director's native Greece.
Z -- (1969) -- (Movie Clip) A Hungry Bear Does Not Dance "The Deputy" (Yves Montand), just arrived in the un-named country that can only be the director's native Greece, planning the rally, thug Yago (Renato Salvatori) and pals beating up demonstrators, in Costa-Gavras' Z, 1969.
Young Girls Of Rochefort (1967) -- (Movie Clip) Chanson De Maxence Shooting on the genuine location, Americans George Chakiris and Grover Dale observe as cafe owner Danielle Darrieux and daughter Genevieve Thenier greet Jacques Perrin as sailor Maxence, song by director Jacques Demy and Michel Legrand, in The Young Girls Of Rochefort, 1967.
Cinema Paradiso (1989) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Calling From Sicily Director Giuseppe Tornatore's nearly still-life opening, eventually adding Pupella Maggio, as the now-elderly mother of movie director Salvatore (Jacques Perrin) at the wheel in Rome, opening the Academy Award-winner for Best Foreign Film, Cinema Paradiso, 1989, starring Philippe Noiret.