The war is still going on in a fascinating and fascinating film. Where a German soldier determines whether the Dutch resistance has planted a spy or not. But the difficulties he will face during his research are interesting. Will he succeed in his mission or will face many troubles. But the surprise is that he will fall in love with a Dutch Jewish woman. Will his plans change or continue in the same way?
Keywords: #Anton Lesser #Aubeline Barbieux #Ben Daniels #Christopher Plummer #David Leveaux #Jai Courtney #Janet McTeer #Karin Leclercq #Lily James #Loïs van Wijk #Martin Swabey #Stéphane Auberghen #The Exception #The Exception (2016)
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September 16, 2016 Leveaux's film occasionally risks stuffiness, but he cuts that with a few truly sexy sex scenes, and enough tension and intrigue to deliver a satisfying, cathartic payoff.Read in Source
Film Journal International
June 01, 2017 Intrigue swirls around the exiled Kaiser Wilhelm before a meeting with Nazi leaders in a capable World War II romance with memorable acting.Read in Source
Den of Geek
May 01, 2017 There's also little question that the movie is frequently saved by offering another joyously entertaining performance by Christopher Plummer.Read in Source
June 02, 2017 Yes, the narrative is occasionally clunky and there is often more tell than show. But a strong ensemble offers compensation.Read in Source
New York Times
June 01, 2017 "The Exception" is a diverting and occasionally exciting film, though it is rarely disturbing or thought-provoking in ways the material might require.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
June 01, 2017 A handsomely mounted World War II-era romantic thriller, enlivened by vibrant performances and vivid sexual encounters and inspired by a little-known footnote to history, the story of a ruler who left but never went away.Read in Source
The Film Stage
May 31, 2017 The Exception is merely a serviceable drama taking us on a competent if predictable journey.Read in Source
June 01, 2017 This is somewhat well-trod ground... But the sturdy, engrossing The Exception makes a moving portrait of individuals recalibrating their allegiances under the maw of the Third Reich.Read in Source
June 02, 2017 Elegant, well-acted and a good deal sexier than the material might suggest.Read in Source
New York Magazine/Vulture
June 01, 2017 The superb English stage director David Leveaux keeps the pacing taut while creating space for his actors to work their magic.Read in Source
May 27, 2017 David Leveaux's film cannily incorporates elements of spycraft and sheer trash into a familiar formula.Read in Source
Common Sense Media
June 02, 2017 This quasi-biographical drama could have been a dry-as-a-bone history lesson, filled with exposition and explanation, but instead it turns into a glossy romance.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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