I really never read other reviews before watching a film or pay very little attention to them at all, and seldom agree with others. With that said here is my "review" on NF FWIW - LOL (very strange a few do agree with me - now that is even funnier!) Here goes:
5 stars without reservation. This is a must see. While this is not a true life story put on film, it is entirely plausible and for that reason very real. Acting, Directing, Editing, Sound Track are each 5 stars all on their own! BD picture is excellent, almost reference quality. HD Audio is reference quality and let me explain why: When the movie first starts the music is played with a mild distortion (most will not pick up on), but played with a very noticeable warble like an old 78 plastic that cannot maintain correct speed and without the snap crackle and pop.
Therefore most will feel at the beginning just another also ran movie, with sub-standard sound. As the movie progresses the sound track continues to expand with spatial dimension that is very hard to express in words. By the time the movie reaches opening movie night at the cinema with Melanie Laurent among all the Nazi's, the music (HD Audio), places you in the cinema lobby with everyone else. Simply outstanding.
Like I said this is a Must See on so many levels. IMHO this movie should win every award possible.