Elia Kazan / US, 1963
The young Greek Stavros Topouzoglou is entrusted with the meagre family fortune to build a life in Constantinople. For his historical odyssey Greek-American filmmaker Elia Kazan was inspired by the story of one of his uncles, who chose to emigrate to the US.
Restoration credits: Warner Bros. in association with UCLA Film & Television Archive. Funded by Warner Bros., The Hollywood Foreign Press Association and The Film Foundation.
In the summer of 2017, Eye staged an exhibition devoted to one of the most important American film directors of the past half-century: Martin Scorsese. Over the years, the director of such classics as Taxi Driver, Raging Bull and The Wolf of Wall Street has elaborated a uniquely personal style of filmmaking.