“The Pianist,” a drama about a Jewish musician’s survival in the Warsaw Ghetto, won three Oscars. Adrien Brody won best actor and Roman Polanski won best director for the film, which also won an award for best adapted screenplay. “Nowhere in Africa,” which depicts a Jewish family forced to flee Nazi Germany, won for best foreign film.
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