I’LL FIND YOU – Review by Lois Alter Mark

Martha Coolidge may not be the first director you’d think of to helm a tear-jerking Holocaust love story but she has created a small gem with I’ll Find You, a beautiful new film inspired by stories of Polish musicians from the 1930s and 1940s. It feels like you’re watching a movie that was actually filmed back in the ‘30s/’40s rather than a modern movie about that time period. There’s something about the cinematography and the whole style that is so authentic, it’s like you’re watching a beloved old classic. One day, it just might be.

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