Excelente, contra a corrente do mau gosto e dos filmes que pululam por aí.há 4 dias
"Polanski’s arc of history bends slowly towards justice. At the age of 86, the director has long since abandoned the air of youthful, dancing mischief that characterised the likes of Repulsion and Rosemary’s Baby. All the same, An Officer and a Spy (adapted from the novel by Robert Harris), paints a subtly devastating portrait of the French general staff, with a stench of establishment sulphur that recalls Chinatown. It’s a solid, well-crafted piece of professional carpentry, like a heavy piece of Victorian furniture; built to last; built to be used. The longer you look at it, the more impressive it grows. "