Robert Shupe’s review published on Letterboxd:
One of the most rewarding experiences as a counselor is hearing about people's histories. I had a client in a geriatric group program who had been born and raised in Germany. She had been forced to serve in the Hitler's Youth program. She later married an American soldier and moved to America. She had come to terms with it and did not speak to the group about that period but would speak to me privately. It was a heavy weight for her yet she was a loving joy to know. Ms. Helga would love this movie and that made me smile.
This was a roller coaster of a ride. The jerky kind where you are tossed around. You will laugh, get angry, and cry and it is all cathartic.
The actors were solid especially the young ten old, Roman Griffin Davis, who played Jojo in his very first film.
Watching this was an experience that was riveting, funny, and powerful.
Peace and never forget.