The more I watch of the movie, the more I like in it. The first viewing I had so many problems understanding why Robert Pattinson was so good in it.
It's a beautiful film, and unlike most great man justice narratives, it doesn't look for tidy conclusions, and it never stops turning a critical eye on the European empire that the great man comes from. The hearing scene should play as an emotional climax, but the fact that the wide is stuck up in the ladies gallery is actually played up as the husband gets more sanctimonious.
Just a really weird, internal, beautiful version of the story.