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Adonis Kyrou (18 October 1923, Athens - 4 November 1985, Paris) was a Greek filmmaker and writer, whose works often appeared under the name Ado Kyrou.
Residing in France, where he was a critic, filmmaker, and author of L'Âge d'or de la carte postale (1966), Amour - érotisme & cinéma (1957) and Le surréalisme au cinéma (1952|1963), the last two published by Eric Losfeld's publishing house Le Terrain Vague.
He was a contributor to the French film journal Positif.