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Odd, I came across this film this evening and wondered if it would be worth a watch.
Good old synchronicity. I haven’t seen it yet but like the reviewer, I’m drawn to the WWII setting.
That’s what caught me eye too.
I have read mixed reviews of this film, but as I have a lot of time for Jessica Chastain. I will be watching it for sure, if mainly because of the historical setting.
I may wait for it to appear on Film 4 (or similar) though.
Best wishes, Pete. x
I shall probably do the same.