From highly revered Academy Award-winning director Michael Curtiz comes an evergreen film that has consistently maintained its place close to the top of lists of the greatest films of all time - Casablanca. Based on an unproduced stage play called Everybody Comes to Rick, Casablanca is a romantic war drama film that stars Academy Award-winner Humphrey Bogart, the ravishing 3-time Academy Award-winning enchantress Ingrid Bergman and Paul Henreid. Set during the early part of the Second World War, Casablanca tells the tale of an ex-freedom fighter named Rick Blaine, who, having grown cold to the world, operates a nightclub coined Rick's Café Américain in Casablanca which has become a sanctuary for refugees who are seeking illegal letters that’ll allow them to move to America. One fine day, Rick is approached by Victor Laszlo, a notorious rebel leader, and his wife Ilsa, Rick’s true love who abandoned him when Paris was invaded by the Nazis. Her love for Rick renewed, Ilsa wants Victor to escape to America, though she wants to stay behind and expects Rick to find a way to help her do so. What will happen to the star-crossed lovers?