Judgment in Berlin (film)
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|Judgment in Berlin|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Leo Penn|
|Produced by||Joshua Sinclair|
|Written by||Joshua Sinclair|
|Edited by||Teddy Darvas|
|Distributed by||New Line Cinema|
Judgment in Berlin is a 1988 American drama film directed and written by Leo Penn, produced by Joshua Sinclair, who also co-wrote the film and acted in it, and Ingrid Windisch and starring Martin Sheen, Sam Wanamaker and Sean Penn, the director's son. It is based on the book Judgment in Berlin by Herbert J. Stern.
Based on the Cold War true story of three East Berlin men who hijack a plane to escape to the West. After being caught, they stand trial in Germany, where an American judge must decide if the hijacking of a plane into West Berlin was justified by the political circumstances and economic hardships of life in the German Democratic Republic.
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