Time Looks into The Zookeeper's Wife
Time's Eliza Berman details how director Niki Caro's film offers a fresh and timely look at a subject long-studied in Hollywood.
"I didn't realize at the time how much of a contemporary film we were making," Niki Caro on the place her film fills in today's news. "It horrifies me that many of the events you see happening in the film are happening in 2017. Sadly, it's becoming more relevant by the week."
The full piece is up at Time.
Official Trailer: Focus Features and Niki Caro Present The Zookeeper's Wife
“There are many ways that someone can be brave and strong. I think that Antonina shows that compassion is an incredible form of strength.”
“Jessica carries this elegance with her, reminding me of an actress from the 1930s or 1940s. Sometimes I would get transfixed by how perfectly she inhabited the period.”
“Daniel is an actor of great charm who transmits intelligence on-screen in a way that is mesmerizing. But he could also show the menace that Heck was capable of.””
“Johan is dynamic, and can express so much with just a look. He is soulful.”