Wow! This film lives up to all the positive reviews, and more. Complex, but not just for show. Visually rich, without being distracting. I have never seen Africa on film like this. Ralph Fiennes, a favorite of mine since at least "The English Patient," is restrained then tragically committed. Rachel Wiesz is beautiful, passionate, utterly convincing. The great Bill Nighy does the mirror image of his character in "The Girl in the Cafe." Danny Huston, Pete Postelthwaite, all are wonderful. It's simply superb. Speaking to the choir, probably, but stay for the credits - the music alone is worth the time, but the written credits also hold a few surprises. This movie makes me wish I were a better person, willing to act on what I know is happening in the world.