An unexpected delight and a wonderful story. The young actors, particularly the young female lead
( who looked and acted like a young Ingrid Bergman), were wonderful as were the other actors. It inspired my wife and myself to "find out more" about the story and the character(s) portrayed therein.
My wife and I loved it as a movie although not fans of J. Edgar. The two hours went by in no time
and the stars all played their roles excellently and there should be at least three to four Oscar nominations, if not more, going to the movie.
I read the book and the book was wonderfully written. The movie was equally well written and the
actors at all stages did an extremely great job, directed in parts that probably were tough to handle. My wife was equally "taken" with the movie (and she had also read the book) and it has once more led us to think that we must go to the Holocaust museum.
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