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    Sophie's Choice

    Sophie, who has escape from Auschwitz concentration camp, moves to Brooklyn with Nathan Landau, her lover. Stingo, who is a novelist and a friends of them, visits and spends sometimes with them. Their relationship becomes complicated when Sophie's past is revealed, Nathan's emotions turns instable and Stingo shows his interest in Sophie.
    Duration: 150 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1982
    IMDb: 7.6
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  • Actors of "Sophie's Choice"

  • Characters of "Sophie's Choice"

    Sophie. Character of Sophie's Choice
    Played by: Meryl Streep
    Nathan. Character of Sophie's Choice
    Played by: Kevin Kline
    Stingo. Character of Sophie's Choice
    Played by: Peter MacNicol
    Yetta. Character of Sophie's Choice
    Played by: Rita Karin
    Larry. Character of Sophie's Choice
    Leslie Lapidus. Character of Sophie's Choice
    Played by: Greta Turken
    Morris Fink. Character of Sophie's Choice
    Played by: Josh Mostel
    Astrid Weinstein. Character of Sophie's Choice
    Moishe Rosenblum. Character of Sophie's Choice
    Lillian Grossman. Character of Sophie's Choice
    Played by: Robin Bartlett
    Rudolf H. Character of Sophie's Choice
  • Directors of "Sophie's Choice"

    Alan J. Pakula. Director of Sophie's Choice
    Alan J. Pakula
    Birthdate: 7 April 1928, The Bronx, New York City, New York, USA
  • Creators of "Sophie's Choice"

    William Styron. Director of Sophie's Choice
    William Styron
    Birthdate: 11 June 1925, Newport News, Virginia, USA
    Alan J. Pakula. Director of Sophie's Choice
    Alan J. Pakula
    Birthdate: 7 April 1928, The Bronx, New York City, New York, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Sophie's Choice"

    June 26, 2007

    Astoundingly tedious.

    Chicago Reader
    June 26, 2007

    The picture is completely devoid of cinematic interest, adopting instead a tiresome theatrical aesthetic in which showy monologues are filmed in interminable, usually ill-chosen long takes.

    Time Out
    June 24, 2006

    By the end, the accumulated weight and lethargy of the production fails to invest Sophie's fate with the significance Styron achieves.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    October 23, 2004

    So perfectly cast and well-imagined that it just takes over and happens to you. It's quite an experience.

    New York Times
    August 30, 2004

    Though it's far from a flawless movie, Sophie's Choice is a unified and deeply affecting one. Thanks in large part to Miss Streep's bravura performance, it's a film that casts a powerful, uninterrupted spell.

    August 15, 2014

    And while Meryl Streep's performance is largely worthy of its laurels ... the film around it is much harder to forgive. Beyond Streep, Sophie's Choice is little more than a tediously assembled WWII drama of interminable length.

    The Dissolve
    April 29, 2014

    The way Streep inhabits Sophie, and brings her history to life whether she's explicitly talking about the past or carrying herself across the room with wounded grace, can't help but make parts of the rest of the film seem smaller by comparison.

    Antagony & Ecstasy
    November 05, 2009

    A suffocating 151 minutes long, with a healthy portion of that running time devoted to a hunk of Holocausploitation of the most crass and cynical variety. And that's the good part.
    March 02, 2008

    Stunning to the max, and Streep is memorable as Sophie.

    December 10, 2007

    The movie is too Hollywood in look and feel, and the flashback and narration are too conventional, and yet the image of the sickly and pale Meryl Streep recollecting her ordeal lingers in memory long after the film is over.

    TV Guide
    June 26, 2007

    Competently directed by Pakula and [features] gorgeous cinematography by Almendros.

    Movie Mom at Yahoo! Movies
    July 20, 2003

    Heartbreakingly lovely performances.

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