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Boring, just two actors with no drama.
Kingsley gives his usual good performance, and so does the young actress, but any attempt to make a war criminal more sympathetic with the story of his daughter I find objectionable--he ends up killing two young women, as well as probably wording his maid's parents' deaths. The girl is killed because she doesn't follow orders, which is ironic, because most war criminals try to excuse their atrocities by saying that they were just "following orders."
A gem, beautiful setting, magnificent performances. Extremely funny.
Netflix DVD Hard to go wrong with a Ben Kingsley movie. Pretty fast paced at 1:30 and some beautiful scenery and music. End was a little surprising and not totally fulfilling but all in all a worthwhile film to view.
Really slow and the ending is confusing and unsatisfying. Great acting the required a more fully developed script.
A BEAUTIFUL FILM! Perfectly cast. Dialogue that felt like poetry coupled with great music....yet never losing sight of who these characters are and what they have done. Can’t wait for the soundtrack to be released. Don’t miss it!