Can a adorable, freckle-faced four-year-old save an entire movie? Sadly no, but little Adam Monty's charm helps offset Laura Fraser's grating lead performance and this film's clumsy handling of a very serious subject. Antwerp, 1972: Chaja Silberschmidt (Fraser) has come
of age in the shadow of her parents' pasts; her mother (Marianne Sagebrecht) and father (Maximilian Schell) both survived Auschwitz. Mr. Silberschmidt has become obsessed with finding the two suitcases full of personal effects he buried somewhere in Antwerp shortly before he was deported; for him,
they've come to embody the past and everything he's lost. Mrs. Silberschmidt, meanwhile, has little pat...