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      I'll Find You

      Released Feb 25, 2022 1 hr. 56 min. Romance History Drama TRAILER for I'll Find You: Trailer 1 List
      73% 11 Reviews Tomatometer 82% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score It's the 1930's. Two young lovers, ROBERT, a catholic opera singer and RACHEL, a Jewish violin virtuoso, dream of one day performing together at legendary Carnegie Hall. When they're torn apart by the German invasion of Poland, Robert vows to find Rachel, no matter what. Read More Read Less Watch on Fandango at Home Premiered Apr 16 Buy Now

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      Ira Lawrence R It is a beautiful movie about love and music. It's a romance shot in a classic way - it tells a story happening in the 1930s/1940s in the style of that era. A very special cast and the music in this film is exquisite Rated 4.5 out of 5 stars 11/14/23 Full Review april w This film is so slow in its progression of telling the story that it began to lose my attention almost at the start. I kept with it, thinking maybe it would pick up further in. It continued to drag along. By the time I was halfway in, I just gave up on it gaining any actual momentum. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 03/31/23 Full Review Audience Member I approached this, wary of Holocaust trivialization. This film has so much that is good going for it, that one can allow it some artistic license slack. The evocation of the places and periods is impressive. The music is pretty good. Mr. Skarsgård's portrayal of a fictional character resembling Lauritz Melchior is a standout. The problem is the benign portrayal of the plight of musicians in concentration camps. There was a brief respite for musicians at Theresienstadt--for the purposes of making a propaganda film and fooling the Red Cross. The flush orchestra in the film descends almost to a Hogan's Heroes level of silliness. This is partly made up for, by showing the gruesomeness and squalor of the camps when they were liberated. The portrayal of refugees after the war is pretty good. Cf Enemies, a Love Story. An unexpected way that the film excels is the wide and authentic variety of period cars, in postwar NYC as well as wartime Germany. In the NYC sequence, I caught a glimpse of the distinctive portholes on a '49 Buick. The refugee ships were, indeed, still arriving then. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 02/07/23 Full Review Audience Member Terrific drama with marvelous performances. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/15/23 Full Review Audience Member What an excellent cast! Leo Suter, who plays Harald Sigurdsson in Valhalla plays the main character - Robert Pulaski in I'll Find You! A totally different movie, and part but Leo is equally great in both. He has a great charisma - a star in the classic way. But other actora are wonderful too - Connie Nielsen, Stellan Skarsgard, Adelaide Clemens, Stephen Dorff. Wonderful sets, costumes, music and above all the romantic story playing in the 1930s/40s. Must see on the big screen Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/02/23 Full Review Audience Member Unfortunately, "I'll Find You" was merely a collection of topics, none of which was given enough depth to fully engage the viewer and elevate the film above mediocrity. The director had a litany of topics (invasion/occupation of Poland in World War II, music, resistance movement, death camps, search for a camp survivor after the war, etc. - none of which were developed with any depth or any great skill by the director. A heartfelt effort with decent production values and a few nice moments, but barely worth the trip to the theater. Rated 2.5 out of 5 stars 01/28/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Elizabeth Weitzman TheWrap “I’ll Find You” is an ideal diversion for those who like their cinematic escapism with heavy doses of music and love. Feb 25, 2022 Full Review Tara McNamara Common Sense Media It's a cinematic love story, and a fine way to introduce teens to difficult subject matter that they might shy away from. Rated: 3/5 Feb 24, 2023 Full Review Bill Arceneaux Moviegoing with Bill From some surprises to other not-so-surprising parts, I’ll Find You goes from ho-hum to superb when given a chance. A chance from its director, and a chance from its audience. Rated: 2.5/5 Nov 28, 2022 Full Review David Nusair Reel Film Reviews ...the movie benefits from a smattering of unexpectedly compelling encounters and sequences... Rated: 2.5/4 Oct 18, 2022 Full Review Ronak Kotecha ronakkotecha.wordpress.com It has what it takes to tug at your heartstrings with its compelling narrative that could have soared with just a little more emphasis on the pulls and pressures of one of the most defining moments of our history. Rated: 3/5 Sep 30, 2022 Full Review Dan Buffa St. Louis Jewish Light A World War II drama that is equal parts moving, well-shot for a low-budget war film, and quite timely with the events over in Ukraine. Rated: B May 10, 2022 Full Review Read all reviews

      Movie Info

      Synopsis It's the 1930's. Two young lovers, ROBERT, a catholic opera singer and RACHEL, a Jewish violin virtuoso, dream of one day performing together at legendary Carnegie Hall. When they're torn apart by the German invasion of Poland, Robert vows to find Rachel, no matter what.
      Director
      Martha Coolidge
      Executive Producer
      Alexander Roos
      Screenwriter
      David S. Ward, Bozenna Intrator
      Distributor
      Gravitas Ventures
      Production Co
      Music, War and Love, FR Production, Horus Zigniew Raczynski Spolka Komandytowa, Bovenkon
      Genre
      Romance, History, Drama
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Theaters)
      Feb 25, 2022, Limited
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Feb 25, 2022
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