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The focus of this paper is the analysis of the film Sophie's Choice (1982) from the perspective of the classical reception. Traditionally, it has been mostly analyzed with a philosophical and an ethical perspective, but not from the point of view of Classical Philology and Comparative Literature. Specifically, I shall study this film as a reformulation of Iphigenia myth, placing emphasis on the leitmotiv of the sacrifice and on Sophie, a mother who has to decide which of her children todoi:10.5281/zenodo.6811809 fatcat:2wsevc7bgzfcjhmm6ycvzr6fuu