The story of  French mime Marcel Marceau, who worked with the French Resistance to save the lives of ten thousand orphans during World War II.

Chuck says:

A great deal of exposition is dispensed during the film’s first hour and while this material is necessary to set the stage, the movie struggles to find its direction. However, the second hour moves with purpose as a series of tense sequences showing our heroes trying to shepherd a group of children to safety, the Nazis hot on their trail, provides not only thrills but much needed narrative gravitas. As Marceau, Jesse Eisenberg delivers a quiet, solid performance that shows he’s capable of giving much more on screen than he’s previously shown.

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