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Sophie's Choice

Sophie's Choice (1979) is a novel written by William Styron about a young Southerner who wants to be a writer and befriends Nathan, who is Jewish and his beautiful lover Sophie, who is not, but is a survivor of the Nazi concentration camps.

The film with the same title, made from the novel, was directed by Alan J. Pakula[?] in 1982. Sophie was played by Meryl Streep, Nathan by Kevin Kline. The film received five Academy Awards Nominations. Meryl Streep won the one for Best Actress in a Leading Role.



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