Costa Gavras defends Amen against Vatican critics
At a Berlinale press conference for his controversial film Amen, the film's director, Constantin Costa-Gavras, was tackled by a priest from the Vatican who accused him of digging up the past without adequate research. Having responded, he left Rolf Hochhuth, the playwright who wrote the book on which the film was based, to field journalists' questions.
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