Six Minutes to Midnight

SIX MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT

Review: In the summer of 1939, a secret agent takes up a teaching position at a boarding school with 20 German teen girls. He sees what is coming and tries to raise the alarm although the authorities believe he is the problem.
Director: Andy Goddard
Actors: Nigel Lindsay, Judi Dench, Eddie Izzard, Jim Broadbent, Maria Dragus, Bianca Nawrath, Carla Juri, Franziska Brandmeier, Tijan Marei, Kevin Eldon, Andrew Byron, Joe Bone
Year: 2020
Genre: Drama, History, Thriller and War
Conclusion: 2/5
A film that never really gets going. All the way through I was waiting for something dramatic to happen. I don’t think that Eddie Izzard is well cast in this. I don’t think it is the right role for him to play. I also thought that Judi Dench was totally miscast. Jim Broadbent looked as though he didn’t really know how or why he ended up acting in this film. I also am a bit confused with the main purpose of his character. None of the roles seemed to develop in any shape or form. I don’t know what the main purpose is on the whole film or what the message is that they are trying to get us to understand.


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