JohnMulderig's Review of Woman in Gold

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The elegant lady of the title and three other captives profiled in director Simon Curtis' film aren't, in fact, human beings but exquisite paintings by the Austrian artist Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) that were stolen from their rightful owners by the Nazis. The fascinating story of the struggle for their restitution provides the basis for Curtis' intriguing dramatization.
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Okfor ages12+