April 24, 2014 1:00 PM

'Walking with the Enemy' stumbles but doesn’t fall | 2.5 stars

Good intentions and a good backstory don’t necessarily lead to good filmmaking but, in the case of “Walking with the Enemy,” they certainly help. Sometimes awkward and melodramatic, the debut film from director Mark Schmidt nevertheless derives strength from its little-known true-life story of Holocaust heroism.

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