Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
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This is a dignified and beautifully done movie. It is dated of course, but for me it was incredibly moving. The characters, scenery and acting were superb, and it was a refreshing change from modern movies in that there was no "action" or hysteria. There was a genuine effort to convey a very sad human dilemma.
Dull melodrama about a young boy who is adopted by German parents just after WW2 believing him to be an orphan but his maternal mother appears on the scene. Based on a true story
good WWII drama post WWII