Probably best skipped - unless you have a penchant for shallow, "comfortable" foreign films that offer obvious messages and never attempt to challenge the viewer.
V.A. MusettoNew York Post
Gets off to a worthy start, but falls apart about halfway through.
Only partially succeeds in interweaving questions of family loyalty with historical memory and the fate of Italian Jews in WW2.
Scott FoundasL.A. Weekly
Structurally, it's ambitious, but emotionally the movie never quite connects, spending so much time laboring over its parallel storytelling and its cosmic connections that the characters remain at arm's length, as intangible as reflections in glass.
Jessica WinterVillage Voice
Blends past and present to draw some utterly stupefying parallels.