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Munich

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2005
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164 min
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Plot: The incomparable Steven Spielberg directs Oscar® winner Geoffrey Rush (Shine) and Eric Bana (Star Trek) in this heart-pounding suspense thriller inspired by real events. Following the kidnapping and murder of their athletes by Palestinians at the 1972 Olympics, the Israeli government recruits a team of secret agents to track down and assassinate those responsible. Nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director, Munich is a portrait of the destructive cycle of terror and revenge that Peter Travers of Rolling Stone calls "tremendously exciting."
Rated R by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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