Sony Pictures Classics said today it has acquired North American rights to Giulio Ricciarelli’s directorial debut Labyrinth Of Lies, which world premieres tomorrow at the Toronto Film Festival. The film, based on a true story, exposes the conspiracy of prominent German institutions and government branches to cover up the crimes of Nazis during World War II. Inglourious Basterds‘ Alexander Fehling, André Szymanski, Johann von Bülow, Friederike Becht and Gert Voss star.
Toronto: Sony Classics Acquires Post-WWII Germany Tale ‘Labyrinth Of Lies’
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