The incredible true story of radical bravery. After visiting Prague in 1939, young stockbroker Nicholas Winton is appalled at the conditions in refugee camps housing those fleeing from Austria and Germany and launches an operation to rescue the vulnerable, saving hundreds of children on eve of World War II.
The Guardian – “The two-time Oscar winner makes a convincing play for a third statuette in the powerful story of Nicholas Winton, who saved Jewish children before the war began.” (full review here)
Collider – “The film has the power to bring its audience to tears because the story is powerful, and the thoughtful creative decisions do justice to it.” (full review here)
IndieWire – “The undeniably moving nature of Winton and his associates’ deeds swell the narrative with rich emotional currents” (full review here)