23 December 2018 | Golafsson423
I watched both halves, 90 min each, and enjoyed it. It's a strange mixture though, of a detective film, family drama, war-documentary and a exemplary story of the fate of a disturbed child. From an amateurs point of view, it had fine actors, but a few weak spots in the story-line, like a man being shot on a hill but later found alive in the sea. And it was very strange to watch it in German language, when obviously some of the persons could (in the background) be heard talking English! I loved the scenes from Scarborough, and this was what attracted me to watch it to begin with.