"I never saw her first step," laments the transplanted Margit (Nastassja Kinski) to her ambitious husband, Peter (Tony Goldwyn), regarding the infant daughter they left behind in Hungary during their perilous escape from the Stalin regime. That daughter--called Suzanne, wonderfully portrayed as a glowing old-country tot by Bori Keresztri and Kelly Endresz Banlaki, and as a petulant American teen by Scarlett Johansson--reflects writer-director Éva Gárdos' confused, intercontinental... More >>>