(From Guardian Unlimited)
The Italian docudrama Caesar Must Die from octogenarian sibling film-makers Paolo and Vittorio Taviani won the top prize at the Berlin film festival on Saturday. The film follows real-life inmates of a high-security jail as they rehearse for a performance of William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.
Caesar Must Die had been among the favourites to win the Golden Bear, though the film was not universally praised. Filmed at the Rebibbia jail on the outskirts of Rome, it is the Tavianis' biggest festival triumph since Padre Padrone took the Palme d'Or at Cannes 35 years ago.
"We hope that when the film is released to the general public …