A very good and certainly very entertaining film. I think, though, that it relies a bit too much on all the other concentration camp movies you’ve seen for its weight. For such a horrible story, there is very little horror on display. I’m not saying everything needs to be black and horrible like The Grey Zone or The Pianist, but it takes a very deft hand to do the “light touch.” Enemies: A Love Story and Sophie’s Choice both pull this off, but they are both after-the-camp stories. I dunno, maybe I am overthinking. It’s a pretty fascinating yarn and a movie worth watching.