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The Debt


Overview - Starring Helen Mirren and Sam Worthington, THE DEBT begins in 1965 when three Mossad agents bring their own brand of lethal justice to a Nazi responsible for the deaths of many Jews. However, decades later, a man who says he is the war criminal is still alive, and the trio must discover what really happened.  Read more...

 

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Overview

Starring Helen Mirren and Sam Worthington, THE DEBT begins in 1965 when three Mossad agents bring their own brand of lethal justice to a Nazi responsible for the deaths of many Jews. However, decades later, a man who says he is the war criminal is still alive, and the trio must discover what really happened. Screenwriters Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman take a detour from the fantasy land of STARDUST to write this history-charged thriller.

Cast List

Helen Mirren - British Actress
Sam Worthington - BOOTMEN
John Madden - Director, SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE (1998)
Jessica Chastain - Actress in BLACKBEARD
Marton Csokas
Jesper Christensen - Actor/"Sofie"
Romi Aboulafia - Actor
Ciaran Hinds - Actor
Tom Wilkinson - British Actor
Jane Goldman - Screenwriter, STARDUST (2007)
Matthew Vaughn - British producer/director
Kris Thykier - Producer
Eitan Evanstone - Executive producer
Benoit Delhomme - French Director Of Photography

 
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  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 025192113017
  • Rating: R (MPAA)

Related Categories:
Movies > Dramas

Related Keywords:
Live-Action
Thriller
1960s
Holocaust
Soldiers
1990s

 
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Reviews:
"THE DEBT is a highly ambitious film....The film's refusal to simplify complicated moral terrain makes for a compelling tale." - 08/31/2011 USA Today


"Bristling with dangers both corporeal and cerebral, THE DEBT is a superbly crafted espionage thriller packed with Israeli-Nazi score settling." - 08/31/2011 Los Angeles Times


4 stars out of 5 -- "[I]t's Chastain who leaves the most significant impression, not least when placing Christensen in a very compromising position." - 10/01/2011 Total Film


"[THE DEBT] toggles between two eras in a busy, satisfying way." -- Grade: B+ - 09/09/2011 Entertainment Weekly


"Working from a script by Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman, Madden keeps the film's flashback structure intriguing..." - 10/01/2011 Sight and Sound


"[T]he film delivers both as a love story and as an old-fashioned espionage thriller..." - 09/01/2011 Film Comment

 
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