Sarah’s Key is actually two movies, one a look at the horrors of the Holocaust and the other not-terribly-compelling detective story in the present, that dovetail to make a more-or-less complete whole.
The premise of The Women on the 6th Floor is so unoriginal it practically creaks. But the acting is so deftly executed that rather than grousing at its predictability you’ll find yourself sighing with pleasure.
Emilio Estevez’s The Way is old fashioned filmmaking. By which I mean that it takes its time, lets its story and its characters breathe, and slowly gets under your skin until it becomes a part of you.