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George Clooney directs and stars in this uplifting WWII ensemble drama.
It’s 1943 and the Allies might be on their way to winning the war, but Lieutenant Frank Stokes (Clooney) is preoccupied with one particular battle. In combat, countless pieces of priceless artwork are being stolen or destroyed and in an effort to retrieve them, Stokes sets up a unit known as the Monuments Men – a group, including museum curators and art experts, tasked with stopping masterpieces from the likes of Michelangelo falling into enemy hands.
For his fifth stint in the director’s chair, Clooney has adapted Robert M Edsel’s non-fiction book, which chronicles the admirable real-life efforts of George L Stout, upon whom Clooney’s character is loosely based. The film focuses on just a handful of his Monuments Men (in reality there were around 400) and Clooney attracts a crack cast to tackle the roles, which also includes John Goodman, Hugh Bonneville and Oscar winner Jean Dujardin.