An exquisitely unfolding story that approaches the horror of the Holocaust from a different perspective - that of the many refugees who suspected but were left in the agony of uncertainty.
The restrained Britishness of the era is beautifully depicted and - just like some of the most effective and emotive music - times its climax to perfection.
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