The U.S. Supreme Court is not often a key element of a Hollywood movie. But a drama now showing in theaters nationwide features a high court case, including a rare if fanciful portrayal of an oral argument.

The movie Woman in Gold tells the story of the late Maria Altmann’s personal and legal battle to recover prized Gustav Klimt paintings the Nazis seized from her uncle’s home in Vienna during World War II.

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