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Sunshine 1999

From Amazon: Although Sunshine was made by a Hungarian, István Szabó, and deals with the history of Hungary as refracted through three generations of a Jewish-Hungarian family, you might be more inclined to give it three hours of your own life if you approach it as a David Lean movie in spirit. It is an English-language picture, and Maurice Jarre's music recalls his score for Doctor Zhivago. Szabó emulates Lean's intimate-epic style of merging the sweep of history with the crystalline detailing of individual lives, so that the shape of destiny is glimpsed through personal moments that feel at once evanescent and...

Directed By:
No image existsIstván Szabó
Written By:
No image existsIstván Szabó
No image existsIsrael Horovitz
Ralph FiennesRalph Fiennes
Rosemary HarrisRosemary Harris
Rachel WeiszRachel Weisz
No image existsJennifer Ehle
Molly ParkerMolly Parker
Deborah Kara UngerDeborah Kara Unger
James FrainJames Frain
William HurtWilliam Hurt
No image existsJohn Neville
No image existsMiriam Margolyes
Mark StrongMark Strong

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Sunshine Movie Review by Jesse (12/16/2006)

This 3-hour epic is probably one of the most powerful films I have ever seen. It tells the story of a Jewish family living in Hungary through three generations. Ralph Fiennes plays three characters in this film (Ignatz Sonnenschein, his son Adam Sors, and his grandson Ivan Sors) and even though I didn't quite like that...

(complete Sunshine review by Jesse)

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