In 1939, Egon Schiele's celebrated painting "Portrait of Wally" (1912), a beguiling portrait of the Austrian artist's red-haired mistress Walburga ('Wally') Neuzil, was seized by a Nazi from Lea Bondi, a Viennese gallery owner. Nearly sixty years later, the painting surfaced on the walls of the Museum of Modern Art, triggering a historic court case that pitted the Manhattan District Attorney, the United States Government and the heirs of Lea Bondi against a major Austrian Museum and MoMA.
|Domestic Releases:||May 11th, 2012 (Limited) by Seventh Art Releasing|
|Running Time:||90 minutes|
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|Source:||Based on Real Life Events|
|Production Method:||Live Action|
|Production Companies:||P.O.W Productions|
|Production Countries:||United States|