The Debt (I) (2010)

R   |    |  Drama, Thriller

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In 1965, three Mossad Agents cross into East Berlin to apprehend a notorious Nazi war criminal. Thirty years later, the secrets the Agents share come back to haunt them.




  • Adepero Oduye at an event for The Debt (2010)
  • Helen Mirren in The Debt (2010)
  • Helen Mirren and Tom Wilkinson in The Debt (2010)
  • Jessica Chastain at an event for The Debt (2010)
  • Fran Lebowitz and Toni Morrison at an event for The Debt (2010)
  • Helen Mirren in The Debt (2010)

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8 October 2011 | tempestroger
A plodding plot, dull dialogue and cardboard characters made this a boring evening. Does Mossad really recruit self-obsessed inadequates from soap operas? The film starts with a confusing series of action sequences posing unanswered questions, which I found irritating. It then proceeds to an over-long and pedantic account of the bungled kidnapping of a Nazi war criminal, who is the standard stock Nazi. At least the same cannot be said of the Mossad agents, who would be more at home in Eastenders - emotional turmoil and histrionics prevail and the situation deteriorates into total catastrophe.

However have to say that my wife liked it!

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