Alan Dershowitz a brilliant professor of law is hired by wealthy socialite Claus von Bulow to attempt to overturn his two convictions for attempted murder of his extremely wealthy wife. Based on a true story the film concentrates not on the trial like other legal thrillers, but on the preparatory work that Dershowitz and his students put in as they attempt to disprove the prosecution's case and achieve the Reversal of Fortune of the title. Written by
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The Case of Claus Von Bulow. An American Saga of Money and Mystery.
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Why - why do you think this case fascinates people? 'Cause, one time or other, every man is driven crazy by his wife, and in his secret heart, he wants to do exactly what Claus is accused of: kill her in some sly, silent way that can't be detected. Claus is a scapegoat: someone has to suffer for the sin that we all want to commit.
Alan... that's ridiculous.
It's ridiculous, you're right.
SONATA IN A MAJOR
Written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Arranged by Charlotte Georg
(as Lee Ashley)
Courtesy of Ole Georg/Group Pro, Inc. See more