9 September 2018 | Kirpianuscus
A correct adaptation of the novel by Stefan Zweig. Decent performances, beautiful costumes, the wise choice to not transform the story in a melodrama. And a sketch about power and illusions. It is easy to see it as a gray movie - familiar scenes, reasonable reflection of events, facts of a young woman front to huge challenges. But the film has a special virtue - Camille Rutheford . Who knows use her presence for sustain, in nice manner, the plot. And, sure, Mehdi Dehbi as a sort of spice. A film about a known character. Far to be a revelation, convincing or spectacular ,it could represent a decent work.