WIFE OF A SPY – Review by Diane Carson

For virtually every country, war crimes may be overlooked, ignored, or even denied. Hats off, then, to courageous films, nonfiction or scripted, that acknowledge egregious historical transgressions, and, even more rare, to find a way to incorporate admission in a dramatically compelling work. This is exactly what Japanese director Kiyoshi Kurosawa achieves in Wife of a Spy. The film is a cloak-and-dagger tale of suspicion, betrayal, bravery, and suspense.

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