Chris Allen’s review published on Letterboxd:
Funny and dark, with a combination of great writing and great acting, and yet still haunting at the end.
Also, it's not common very much anymore to see something with a "cast of 1000's" so much so that it draws my attention now when there are scenes of multitudes of people.
Finally, after watching Jason Issacs be an utter and complete asshole shit-head in the first six Harry Potter movies I watched back-to-back last week, it made the scene of his teasing of Khrushchev even that much funnier. My biggest laugh of the film. It's the magic of acting, really.