24 Sep
18:00

In 1865, while the American Civil War is nearing its end, President Abraham Lincoln proposes an amendment that prohibits slavery in the United States. However, this poses a great dilemma: if peace comes before the amendment is approved, the South will have the power to reject it and maintain slavery; If peace comes later, tens of thousands of people will continue to die in the front. In a race against time to get the necessary votes, Lincoln faces the biggest crisis of conscience of his life. (FILMAFFINITY)

Original title: Lincoln

Year 2012

Duration: 149 min.

Country: United States

Direction: Steven Spielberg

Screenplay: Tony Kushner (Book: Doris Kearns Goodwin)

Music: John Williams

Photography: Janusz Kaminski

Cast: Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field, Tommy Lee Jones, David Strathairn, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, James Spader, Lee Pace, Hal Holbrook, Gulliver McGrath, David Costabile, Michael Stuhlbarg, Peter McRobbie, Jared Harris, Jackie Earle Haley, Joseph Cross, John Hawkes, Bill Camp, Tim Blake Nelson, Bruce McGill, Stephen Henderson, Gloria Reuben, David Oyelowo, Jeremy Strong, Walton Goggins, Boris McGiver, Stephen Spinella, Adam Driver, Dane DeHaan, Lukas Haas

Producer: 20th Century Fox / DreamWorks SKG / Amblin Entertainment / The Kennedy / Marshall Company / Participant Media / Reliance Entertainment / Dune Entertainment

Genre: Drama | Historical. Slavery. Politics. XIX century. Secession War. Biographical

Awards

2012: 2 Oscar: best actor (Day-Lewis) and artistic direction. 12 nominations
2012: Golden Globes: Best Dramatic Actor (Daniel Day-Lewis). 7 nominations
2012: Critics Choice Awards: Best Actor (Lewis), adapted screenplay, BSO. 13 nomination
2012: BAFTA Awards: Best Actor (Daniel Day-Lewis). 10 nominations
2012: New York Film Critics Circle: Best Actor (Day-Lewis), actress sec. (Field) and script
2012: Satellite Awards: Best Art Direction. 8 nominations
2012: National Board of Review (NBR): 10 best movies of the year
2012: American Film Institute: Top 10 - Best Movies of the Year
2012: Chicago Film Critics Association: Best Actor and Adapted Screenplay. 8 Nominations
2012: Producers Union (PGA): Nominated for Best Film
2012: Directors Guild of America (DGA): Nominated for Best Director
2012: Writers Guild of America (WGA): Nominated for Best Adapted Screenplay
2012: Actors Guild of America (SAG): Best Actor (Day-Lewis) and Sec. (Jones). 4 no

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