This is an example of the kind of trash that gives a country a bad name cinematically speaking. The film is about two supposedly twin sisters who are separated when they were young. One is raised by Germans the other by Hollanders. World War II comes along and the differences between the two peoples drives the sisters apart. Then they finally resolve their differences in their old age and one of them dies. Simple, down the middle, and played for every ounce of drama.
My biggest complaint about this film was the complete lack of understanding about how to tell parallel stories, cut between them, and how to cut across time. It’s a great example of knowing the tools you need to use, but not having any idea of how to properly use them.
On top of that, the acting is bad, the story is bland, and the directing is sloppy. Avoid this one.
The only thing about the Dutch Resistance that I was able to gleam from this is that some families who hide Jews did it to get coupons from the Resistance for food. Then they would take the coupons and get more food for themselves. Oh and that the Germans were bloody Huns to the Dutch.