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The film tells about the life of a Jewish woman survived after the Second World War and sought against the Austrian government to collect the precious paintings of artist Gustav Klimt. Would she achieve her targets and have Gustav Klimt's paintings?
Director Simon Curtis is lucky to have Helen Mirren on hand, since she can turn the film's art history speeches into something that sounds like conversation. But the screenplay doesn't do either of them any favors.