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Casablanca is a film about the personal tragedy of occupation and war. It
speaks to the oppression of the one side - and the heroism and
self-deprecation of the other. From opportunists, to isolationists - from
patriots to disenchanted lovers - the film has everything a man or woman
would enjoy. Bravery, courage, intrigue, romance, beauty and love.
actors to please any appetite. Watching this film is to step back to a
world that doesn't exist - yet to know it. It is to experience lives that
have never been lived - but are "real to you." It is to know pain and joy,
pride and pity for characters that are a fiction - yet are so real that you
can't help but get lost in their story.
Amazing cast, memorable dialogue, unforgettable story. Through this film, Casablanca will always live in my heart and I will think of its characters as family.
Seeing it for the first time is truly the start of a romance with ideals that will live in you long after credits end.