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Nada (1974)
Starring: Michel Duchaussoy, Maurice Garrel, Mariangela Melato, Fabio Testi
Director: Claude Chabrol
Category: Avant Garde, Foreign
Studio: Pathfinder Home Entertainment
107 mins



"A forcefully compelling film that says volumes about contemporary violence." -Hollywood Reporter

Claude Chabrol, master of suspense tales set in domestic bourgeois surroundings, departs into the arena of political terrorism and violence.

Nada is the name of a small terrorist group who plans and executes the kidnapping of the American ambassador to Paris from a brothel, secreting him away in an isolated farmhouse while they wait for a response to their demands.

As the police close in on the kidnappers, it becomes apparent that the French authorities are less concerned with the safe return of the ambassador and more with turning the incident against the Nada, leading to an explosive and violent confrontation between the police and the terrorists.