The story of five Cuban political prisoners who had been imprisoned by the United States since the late 1990s on charges of espionage and murder.
Wasp Network never quite finds the right groove or an overall cohesion, though there are moments when you can glimpse what this might have been with a little more care and attention - or a three-hour runtime.| Read in full: Wasp Network movie review We Love Cinema
The film is glossy, illuminating and frequently exciting. What it lacks is an emotional charge and a fine-grained texture.The Guardian
Assayas is among the world's greatest filmmakers, but his rushed and scattered Cuban spy epic bites off more than it can chew.IndieWire