Jessica Chastain is the chief selling point of a solid wartime drama from Niki Caro.
Slow, meandering and oversensitive. Even Daniel Brühl can’t make it interesting or fun.
Chastain is a fine actress but her character here, even if based on a real person, strains credibility.
A compelling story bolstered by engaging performances from Jessica Chastain and Daniel Brühl, let down by occasional awkward tonal shifts and clumsy plotting.
Jessica Chastain stars as a Warsaw animal lover who saved hundreds of Jewish people from the Nazis.
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