Woman in Gold

Maria Altmann, an octogenarian Jewish refugee, takes on the Austrian government to recover a world famous painting of her aunt plundered by the Nazis during World War II, she believes rightfully belongs to her family. She did so not just to regain what was rightfully hers, but also to obtain some measure of justice for the death, destruction, and massive art theft perpetrated by the Nazis.

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Film Cast:

  • Maria Altmann: Helen Mirren
  • Randol Schoenberg: Ryan Reynolds
  • Young Maria Altmann: Tatiana Maslany
  • Pam Schoenberg: Katie Holmes
  • Fritz Altmann: Max Irons
  • Sherman: Charles Dance
  • Hubertus Czernin: Daniel Brühl
  • Heinrich: Tom Schilling
  • Judge Florence-Marie Cooper: Elizabeth McGovern
  • Adele Bloch-Bauer: Antje Traue
  • Chief Justice Rehnquist: Jonathan Pryce
  • Barbara Schoenberg: Frances Fisher
  • Gustav Klimt: Moritz Bleibtreu
  • Gustav Bloch-Bauer: Allan Corduner
  • Ferdinand Bloch-Bauer: Henry Goodman
  • Elisabeth Gehrer: Olivia Silhavy
  • Ronald Lauder: Ben Miles
  • Luise: Alma Hasun
  • Dreimann: Justus von Dohnányi
  • Rudolph Wran: Ludger Pistor
  • Therese Bloch-Bauer: Nina Kunzendorf
  • Bookshop Cashier: Crystal Clarke
  • Austrian Official: Anthony Howell
  • Child Maria: Nellie Schillimg
  • Child Luise: Milica Bogojevic
  • Felix Landau: Christian Dolezal
  • Stan Gould: Rolf Saxon
  • Franks: Harry Ditson
  • Bergen: Stephen Greif
  • Brown: John Moraitis
  • BBS Associate: Doron Davidson
  • Stewardess: Milly Thomas
  • Anna the Mole: Cornelia Ivancan
  • Hotel Receptionist: Christoph Moosbrugger
  • Woman in Courtyard: Susi Stach

Film Crew:

  • Original Music Composer: Hans Zimmer
  • Producer: David M. Thompson
  • Production Design: Jim Clay
  • Executive Producer: Bob Weinstein
  • Executive Producer: Harvey Weinstein
  • Casting: Simone Bär
  • Casting: Deborah Aquila
  • Art Direction: Giles Masters
  • Art Direction: Andrew Ackland-Snow
  • Casting: Gary Davy
  • Casting: Jennifer L. Smith
  • Director of Photography: Ross Emery
  • Director: Simon Curtis
  • Art Direction: Caty Maxey
  • Original Music Composer: Martin Phipps
  • Producer: Kris Thykier
  • Special Effects Supervisor: Mark Holt
  • Casting: Tricia Wood
  • Music Editor: Christoph Bauschinger
  • Editor: Peter Lambert
  • Sound Effects Editor: Alastair Sirkett
  • Supervising Art Director: Dominic Masters
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Angela Barson
  • Writer: Alexi Kaye Campbell
  • Script Supervisor: San Davey
  • Key Makeup Artist: Norma Webb
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Ian Wilson
  • Music Editor: Andrew Glen
  • Script Supervisor: Rebecca Boyle
  • Visual Effects Producer: Lucy Ainsworth-Taylor
  • Executive Producer: Len Blavatnik
  • Costume Supervisor: Peter Paul
  • Music Supervisor: Maggie Rodford

Movie Reviews:

  • Reno: > The fight for the Mona Lisa of Austria.

    Based on the true story of an elderly woman, Maria Atman, who attempt to reclaim her aunt’s portrait from the museum of her birthplace. Now she’s an old and American citizen, but after her sister’s death the possibilities favours her when she meets a young lawyer. So these two sets a journey on one focus, that is to reunite with the family’s art. How? That’s the story of this beautiful movie to tell.

    Well, the story was a very good one as inspired by the real, but looks a so simple drama as a film, even the twist and turns. Only if it would have been a better narration, at least in a few important portions, the awards would have been poured on it rather just praises. Anyhow Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds combo were excellent, but individually she ruled and he was a low key performance. Though the overall movie wins with the inspiring characters than the narration.

    The two different timeline stories edited into one random presentation. One is the past events and the other is the present that reveals simultaneously Maria’s struggles. Really, it was better than I thought, one of the best drama with the backdrop of the world war 2. Everyone can’t enjoy this flick, but certainly I feel I want to recommend it all.


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