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Kazakh writer-director Seric Aprymov's drama feels like a gentler-tempered, less sophisticated sibling of the recent "Harmony Lessons."
A surfeit of forced lyricism undermines the natural poignancy of Rick Ostermann's drama about German orphans wandering East Prussia after WWII.
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