It’s 1959, and while at the park with her son, Maja (Noomi Rapace) notices what appears to be a new addition to the neighborhood: the Nazi (Joel Kinnemann) who killed her sister and left her for dead. A hammer to the head and a ride in the trunk lead to an open grave and a cocked gun. Alas, she can’t bring herself to kill him, call the cops, or let him go, so Maja decides to bring her work home with her, much to the chagrin of soon-to-be complicit husband Lewis (Chris Messina). The production design is spot-on and the cast strictly top shelf — it’s a charge watching Rapace chain-smoke her way to vindication. Not based on a true story and better for it, until writer-director Yuval Adler’s plotting springs a few leaks. (How is it the audience can hear Lewis and the goose-stepper quarrel in the basement while the cop upstairs turns a deaf ear?) Not a patch on In a Glass Cage, but a good time nonetheless. (2020) — Scott Marks
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