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The Debt

1h 53m
Drama, Thriller
Rachel Singer is a former Mossad agent who tried to capture a notorious Nazi war criminal – the Surgeon of Birkenau – in a secret Israeli mission that ended with his death on the streets of East Berlin. Now, 30 years later, a man claiming to be the doctor has surfaced, and Rachel must return to Eastern Europe to uncover the truth. Overwhelmed by haunting memories of her younger self and her two fellow agents, the still-celebrated heroine must relive the trauma of those events and confront the debt she has incurred.
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Helen Mirren
Rachel Singer
Tom Wilkinson
Stefan Gold
Sam Worthington
Young David Peretz
Ciarn Hinds
David Peretz
Jessica Chastain
Young Rachel Singer
Marton Csokas
Young Stefan Gold
Jesper Christensen
Dieter Vogel
Romi Aboulafia
Sarah Gold
Adar Beck
Politicians Wife
Morris Perry
Ivan Schevchuk
Directed By: John Madden
Written By: Jane Goldman (Screenplay), Peter Straughan (Screenplay), + 2 more

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jarvis-8243417 says...
3 years ago
The Debt is a suspenseful thriller, but fails to sustain its mystery and intrigue. The plot, told in present day and through flashbacks, centers around a Mossad operation during the 1960s to extract a Nazi war criminal. However, the present day section, about how that operation is coming back to haunt the operatives, is underdeveloped. Still, all the actors give pretty solid performances; especially Jessica Chastain. Yet ultimately The Debt is an unsatisfying film, and doesn’t provide a very compelling story.
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Scouse1960 says...
3 years ago
Absolute abysmal film, the Mossad were never this incompetent
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hugo morales says...
3 years ago
this film reminded me of the case of the Brazilian abuser joao de deus
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DirectorD says...
9 years ago
Excellent acting, direction and story. There was no surprise in Ms. Mirren but the young lady from the HELP impressed me and caught me off guard. Well done. It was sad but well done.
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