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Current Rating: 4.55

Current Rating: 4.55

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  • 4 stars Excellent and touching story, but the acting wasn't believable. Too bad.
  • 5 stars Historically balanced...based on a true story...passion and tension blended through the entire movie!!! Well done!
  • 5 stars I think I just saw an Oscar nominee for best movie and best actress.
  • 5 stars Absolutely oscar worthy. Amazing actors ! Based on a true story.
  • Amazing movie from start to finish. Certainly an Oscar winner. The actors are incredible.
  • 4 stars Excellent movie. No graphic violence.
  • 5 stars An Oscar worthy film. The acting was brilliant and I enjoyed it thoroughly from beginning to end.
  • 5 stars Going to be one of the top movies for 2017 enjoyed every moment as the acting & filming was well done it maybe up for all sorts of awards!
  • 5 stars Poland was the ONLY country where Germans during WW2 imposed death sentence upon those who were hiding our neighbors Jews. Many heroic Polish people were doing it and Jessica Chastain portraits one of very many brave Polish men and women who regardless of gravely risks devoted themselves to save as many Jews as possible. Great movie, true to facts, great acting! Highly recommended to anyone. Great cinematography too.
  • I have read the book and this movie closely Follows the true story of the heroic Warsaw zookeepers who risked everything to Save as many Jews as possible from Certain death in the Warsaw Ghetto. It is a beautiful testament to the goodness Of people during the evils of Nazi occupation. Jessica Chastain gives an Oscar winning performance.

The Zookeeper's Wife

Genre:  Drama | Running Time:  124 min.
In theatres: March 31, 2017

Current rating: Rating: 4.55
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Cast: Jessica Chastain, Daniel Brühl, Johan Heldenbergh, Michael McElhatton