Ken Rudolph’s review published on Letterboxd :
Lucia was a pediatric nurse working in a hospital with severely ill babies. When one of her babies dies, she is accused of being an angel of death, guilty of killing several babies (and elderly patients in her past). That's the set-up for a very satisfying film about the lengthy process of righting a wrong when the judicial process goes astray. It's based on a true story of public hysteria and prosecutorial misconduct which was almost too horrific to be credible. But Ariane Schluter's dispassionate take on the long suffering nurse gave the film the gravitas it needed to be believable.