Brigitte Bardot’s best movie (after La verite - The Truth) and definitely the one she is at her most sensual exposing her sumptuous curves for our pleasure.
The 1963 French movie directed by Jean-Luc Godard and starring Jack Palance and Michel Piccoli was filmed in Capri and most of the scenes were shot in natural outside allowing Bardot to flaunt her naked body graced by the sun.
The very rare original Japanese poster above obviously highlights both her facial and posterior beauty…but in an act of censorship, the Japanese designers added a mauve panty to hide her glorious derriere!!!
While notoriously unfaithful with women, YVES MONTAND was on the contrary very loyal with his friends and fellow actors and directors. He acted in 3 different movies with Greek born director Costa Gavras. After Compartiment tueurs (see Part 1), they reunited in what is most likely one of the best political movies ever made
Set in an unnamed southern European country (filmed in Algeria but clearly meant to be Greece), Z tells the story of an honest politician (Montand) fighting against the power of a military regime and its judicial repression who is ultimately being assassinated.