Posted on July 19, 2013
Nicholas Winton is someone whose life is a worthy subject. He was an English Holocaust rescuer who was the primary moving force behind the Kindertransport program that rescued Czech Jewish children from the Nazis. Unfortunately, each of Minac’s three films on Winton is preachy, bathetic and clumsily manipulative. Nicky’s Family, the latest film is certainly the best of the three, but that is a relative judgment.