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This Danish made and filmed movie about the rescue of Jews in WW2 is quite good even though there are a few unnecessary faults and it can feel awkward compared to a Hollywood movie like Counterfeit Traitor.
The use of many Danish actors and the on location filming makes this a very authentic non glamorized war movie.
It's quite delightful to see a very young and beautiful Jane Seymour dancing ballet. She plays the daughter of the family. There is no contrived romance to get in the way. There are no crazy heroics either or overly sadistic Nazi monsters. One gets to see a broad view of how the Danish helped the Jews escape by train boat hiding hospitals etc.
There is a rather intrusive music that distracts from certain scenes.
Worth a watch.
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