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Music Box

Pozytywka · dir. Costa Gavras
USA 1989, 124’

Music Box is Golden Bear Award winner for best legal drama, in which Gavras touches upon extremely sensitive topic of the World War II. An American court summons a citizen of Hungary who has lived in USA for many years. The case dates back to almost 50 years before, which becomes a precedent. When he is accused of collaborating with the Nazis, a young, popular lawyer decides to defend him. The case becomes complicated to a great extent by the fact that she is… his daughter.

Director:Costa Gavras
Screenplay:Joe Eszterhas
Music:Philippe Sarde
Cinematography:Patrick Blossier
Editing:Joële Van Effenterre
Cast:Jessica Lange, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Frederic Forrest
Awards:Złoty Niedźwiedź / Golden Bear, Najlepszy Film / Best Film (Berlinale 1990)