Z - (1969) - 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) - 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) - 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.
Z -- (1969) - 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) - 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.