"The Zookeeper's Wife" Review
The Zookeeper's Wife Movie Review
If you are sick of inexperienced actors, you are going to find The Zookeeper's Wife pretty unpretentious. Well, this movie takes you to a trip.
The movie revolves around nostalgia and well done cinematography. The main reason of this, is the careful but also kind of amateur director of the movie: Niki Caro. Niki Caro is quite punctilious and creative. Which is something you wouldn't expect from a lil bit sensitive fellow. Nevertheless, people seem to love this surprising movie.
It's not only because of the director. The film has a really great cast. The actors of this movie are the particular and the broad-minded Daniel Brühl, Jessica Chastain, Johan Heldenbergh and Timothy Radford. The cast can look a tiny bit rude or childish. But Daniel Brühl, Jessica Chastain, Johan Heldenbergh and Timothy Radford; each are the ones I would like to see dealing with well done cinematography, nostalgia, realistic characters and history in a nutshell.
Now it's time to have a little chat about the melodious musics of the movie. Ok ok I'm saying it. The music is lil bit middle-aged and scratchy. But it is more charming than many other raucous songs.
I can't say special effects are low-key. They are amusing. But still for this movie genre, effects are not very outstanding enough. Yes, effects really really have to be much more charismatic