An American expatriate is in delusion during World War II about whether to choose between love for the woman or helping her and her husband who happens to be a Czech resistance leader, escape from the Vichy-controlled city of Casablanca and continue his fight against the Germans. Universal themes of love and sacrifice are explored in Casablanca however the audiences perceived it in a different way they considered it to be a political allegory about World War II. its setup is also in December 1941 when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. The movie is directed by Michael Curtiz and is also based on a true story there is a reason why Casablanca is important as it sets a trend where Aerica intervenes in the world situations such as the Gulf War. in late 1942 this was the message of Casablanca that America can no longer stand idly and let any undemocratic deal to happen around the world. the antagonist of the movie is a stereotypical Nazi citizen as from his arrival he was all about business immediately enquiring about the murderers of germans couriers. The movie ended up with eight nominations and three Oscar wins including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Screenplay. the movie was all fictional and had nothing to do with reality or history it was merely a Hollywood construct. The climax of the movie leads to the reconciliation of the lovers in Rick’s apartment. this movie is considered to be a classic as it lands on the typical structure with certain aspects, such as the inclusion of two different plotlines that contributed to being a unique classic movie.