We watched this on DVD last night. I'd heard good things about it, and the cast seemed pretty strong - Helen Mirren, Tom Wilkinson, Ciaran Hinds, Jessica Chastain, Jesper Christiansen. Oh, and Martin Csokas and Sam Worthington.
The basic plot revolves around a group of three Mossad agents who are tasked to kidnap and bring to Israel a man called Vogle, AKA the Surgeon of Birchenau, for trial for war crimes. The story is split between 1965 (Chastain, Csokas, and Worthington) and 1997 (Mirren, Wilkinson, and Hinds), and gradually resolves a conflict between events in the two time periods.
I really enjoyed it. It felt like a solid, old-fashioned drama with a sprinkling of spy-style action. Mirren, as always, is excellent, but the "younger" actors do a good job of representing the origins of the traits of their older selves. The story is well-paced, and the acting is solid. There aren't any real surprises here, but neither are there any real disappointments.