Silent Bay Productions (UK)
So What Pictures (IT)
Vigilant Entertainment (USA)
Paula van der Oest
Rosalind (Kurylenko) and Will (Bang) live an enviable life in London. She’s a celebrated artist, he is a dependable engineer, willing stepfather to her twin eight-year old daughters. When the difficult birth of their son, Amadeo, rocks Rosalind’s carefully calibrated world, she abruptly disappears with her children and the young nanny, Candy (Shalisha James Davis). Will suspects a link to a recently arrived suitcase from France, filled with faded photographic negatives.
“Three young people each experience the war from a different perspective, making it obvious that the boundary between right and wrong is by no means always clear, but that you cannot escape in having to make choices.”
A handsome but not so talented womanizing sculptor, an openly gay artist, a boyish lesbian cellist and an eccentric museum curator form an unlikely alliance and commit one of the most infamous attacks in the Second World War; an assault on the civil registry of Amsterdam.
A not too ordinary love story in times of Covid.