Job’s Revolt (1983): Oscar Nominee

In Imre Gyongyossi and Barna Kabay’s WWII tale, an elderly Jewish couple struggles to protect their adopted son, when the Nazis begin to round up the Jews.
The film was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Oscar but did not win.
Oscar Nominations: 1
Best Foreign Language Film
Oscar Awards: None
Oscar Context:
The winner of the Best Foreign Language Oscar was Ingmar Bergman enchanting children’s tale, “Fanny & Alexander,” in a contest that also included “Entre Nous” from France, “Carmen” from Spain, and “Le Bal,” a French-speaking dance film from Algeria.