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Love movie "Casablanca"

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“Casablanca” is a love movie produced by Warner Bros. and directed by Michael Curtis, Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Claude Raines, Paul Henried, etc. Starring. The film was released in the United States on November 26, 1942. The film tells the story of World War II. Merchant Rick holds a valuable pass. The arrival of anti-Nazis Victor and his wife Ilsa makes Rick and Ilsa rekindling their love. The two face the contradictions of feelings and politics. They hard to decide. In 1944, the film won three awards at the 16th Academy Awards for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Screenplay. In 2007, the American Hollywood Screenwriters Association selected "101 Greatest Screenplays" in history, and it ranked first.

After the outbreak of World War II, a large number of Europeans fled their country to escape the Nazi iron hooves. Casablanca, a city in northern Morocco, became an important transit point from Europe to the United States. In the Rick Bar in a small town, people with various skin colors and various identities are often gathered. The boss Rick is a cynical mysterious figure.

The Czech anti-Nazi leader Victor and his wife Ilsa became Rick Bar's unwelcome guests. Their purpose was to get Rick's pass to the United States. Rick found that Ilsa was the lover that she had lost in the past. After misunderstanding, Rick and Ilsa, who were still in deep love, were in a difficult decision. Rick’s affection for Ilsa made him choose to sacrifice his own happiness and fulfill his love. At the airport in Casablanca, Rick shot down the German major who prevented Victor and Ilsa from leaving and watched his favorite woman run towards freedom..

"Casablanca" is one of the representative works of the Golden Age of Hollywood. The film was named the first of the movie history love movies by the American Film Association. The film is based on the city of Casablanca, which was not yet in the hands of the Germans in 1941. It tells the story of an involuntary and moving love triangle in the context of troubled times and integrates war, justice, freedom, and love into the theme of love. Loyalty, friendship and other elements.

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