Baz’s review published on Letterboxd :
Equal parts harrowing, insightful, and breathtaking. The fact that the world got to see films from these illustrious directors post-WWII is nothing short of miraculous. The film doesn't focus solely on them, though. It isn't frightened to show the true horrors of war inflicted by all involved. At times, I found the images very distressing, yet poignant to the story.
I haven't read Mark Harris' book of the same name, yet I think what Netflix have created, does all of those people involved justice, whilst honouring those who lost their lives during the second world war.