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I saw this film when I spent some time in Vilnius. Not long before I
head spent some time in the genocide museum in the Lithuanian capital
and I was fascinated by there history, especially during WWII. Since
this movie was spoken in English, and everyone was talking about it I
went to see it in one of the big theaters.
It added to the experience to be in the city where the story took place, but regardless, it was very well done, it just seemed to be unsure whether it was a musical, play or war movie. That made it very original but also confusing at times. I see it as a lighthearted approach of something good during very bad times. Meaning that the tone of the movie switched often and took the audience of guard, which is a great thing, but it should have been done more subtle.
I must add that the acting was superb, and my hat's off to Hülk, great performance!