Celui qui doit mourir (He Who Must Die)
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Celui qui doit mourir (He Who Must Die)
Filmed on the island of Crete and set in the early 1920's, when Greece was occupied by the Turks, Jules Dassin's Celu Qui Doit Mourir (He Who Must Die) tells the story of a small village's efforts to stage their Passion Play, an event that occurs once every seven years. The leading citizens, including the wealthy Patriarcheos (Gert Frobe) and the priest Grigoris (Fernand Ledoux), have managed to keep the local Turkish military ruler (Carl Mohner) satisfied with their quiet subservience, each protecting his status and authority within the community in the process. But when Grigoris… More

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"Powerful Christian allegory based on Nikos Kazantzakis' brilliant novel The Greek Passion."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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