They say to make a good film, you need a good story. And the award for best adapted screenplay went to “The Imitation Game,” a story about a national hero with a secret life. Benedict Cumberbatch plays Alan Turning, the famed code breaker of WWII famed, who had the misfortune to be gay at a time when it was outlawed. Birdman took the award for best original screenplay. And, for your throwback Oscar classic, we offer “Z”, a story about an assination and cover-up that won the best picture award in 1969. This ‘ pulse-pounding thriller,” loosely based on the 1963 assassination of a Greek activist, stars Yves Montand.
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