Thursday, May 12, 2011

Greek film maker might be implicated in * abduction plot.

A Beirut/NTSC exclusive:
Sources from the Internal Security Forces (ISF) in Beirut which are close to the unfolding investigation regarding the mysterious Missing*, and speaking on conditions of anonymity as forbidden to speak to the press about an ungoing investigation, have revealed to Beirut/NTSC that clues have been uncovered by the local authorities which might be implicating Greek filmmaker Costa-Gavras with the abduction plot of the letters.
The sources said "upon investigation and while googling any potential similar cases, we fell on the curious coincidence that the filmmaker in question directed two movies back to back called Missing, and Z." It seems the authorities decided that coincidence was too uncanny.
Since Mr. Gavras resides currently in France, a major diplomatic effort is being undertaken with Catherine Ashton - the head of diplomacy at the European Union to get the collaboration of both Greek and French authorities.
The Lebanese source, cotinued by adding: "We have great suspicion that we shall be able to interrogate Mr. Gavras, because, if the Roman Polanski affair is anything to go by, it seems that Film directors of international reputation are above the law."

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