Sunshine on my shoulders

Istvan Szabo's Sunshine is one of those irresistible family sagas spanning generations. The family is the Sonnenscheins, a Jewish Hungarian clan that builds its fortune on the liqueur of the title; the generations encompass the late 19th century to the 1960s, during which the country is under sway of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the Nazis, and the Communists, among other governments. The casting establishes a throughline, with Ralph Fiennes playing three successive Sonnenschein men, and

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