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Taking Sides

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Set in Germany in 1946, Taking Sides tells the story of the investigation of Wilhelm Furtwängler (Stellan Skarsgård), the renowned conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic and Vienna Philharmonic orchestras, by the American occupying army. Read More
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Maj. Steve Arnold
Wilhelm Furtwangler
Lt. David Wills
Emmi Straube
Col. Dymshits
Helmut Rode
Rudolf Werner
Capt. Ed Martin
Capt. Vernay
Gen. Wallace
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