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)