Taking place at the end of WWII, Lore tells the story of the title character, a 14-year-old girl who must trek across the devastated country with her four siblings in tow on the way to grandma’s house. Sweeping landscapes and shots in the woods, and sweeping emotions as these children’s lives are thrown upside down. What’s interesting is that the subjects are children of Nazis, and rarely do you see the war form this perspective, let alone sympathize with them. Read my review “Lore Looks Through the Eyes of German Children at the end of WWII“. And if you’re interested, there’s a TIFF screening on Sunday at TIFF Bell Lightbox at 9:15am.