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Movie review: The gripping drama 'The King's Choice' looks at Norway's little-known conflict during WWII

It's debatable whether or not history is written by the victors, but it's certainly remembered from the point of view of those most affected. So though Norwegians likely know all about the events depicted in the gripping, finely made "The King's Choice," it will be news to everyone else, and that's a good thing.

Strongly performed by unfamiliar actors and crisply directed by Norway's Erik Poppe, "The King's Choice" is a dramatic tale about a

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