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The Debt (2010)

Released on 23 January 2012

Featuring: Sam Worthington, Helen Mirren & Ciarán Hinds

Format: DVD | Rating: 15 years & over

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An award winning, multi-generational political thriller filled with action and intrigue.

The Debt is an espionage thriller that begins in 1997, as shocking news reaches three retired Mossad secret agents Rachel (Helen Mirren) and Stefan (Tom Wilkinson) about their former colleague David (Ciarán Hinds). All three have been venerated for decades by their country because of the mission that they undertook back in 1966, when the trio (portrayed, respectively, by Jessica Chastain, Marton Csokas, and Sam Worthington) tracked down Nazi war criminal Vogel (Jesper Christensen) in East Berlin. Now, thirty years later, a man claiming to be the Nazi has surfaced in Ukraine and one of the former agents must go back undercover to seek out the truth...


  • Feature Commentary with Director John Madden and Producer Kris Thykier
  • Featurette: A Look Inside The Debt
  • Every Secret Has A Price: Helen Mirren in The Debt
  • The Berlin Affair: The Triangle At The Centre of the Debt

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 Average rating (3 reviews)

 Worth The Wait!

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*The Debt somehow escape me until i saw the DVD had been released! The Debt is a Post War thriller about three agents that went in search of a war criminal. The agents story wasn't quite as straight forward as originally expected!
*The film flashes back from the 1990's to the 1960's. heres a great deal of suspense, some action and a great story with some unexpected twist. Its a very good film that keeps on the edge of your seat. Worth 5 stars for the gripping story.

 Secrets & lies.

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It's easy to compare this tale of MOSSAD agents with the classic Spielberg movie Munich, but the Debt is it's on movie. Don't think you'll get the same graphic assassinations and gun-play as with Spielberg's revenge fuelled thriller as the debt is a muti-generational story following a mission to capture "Surgion of Birkenau" ( the excellent Jesper Christensen,the creepiest on screen Nuremberg dodger since Olivier in Marathon Man). Cutting between a botched 1960's mission in East Berlin and the present where the survivors bear very heavy loads. The Dept makes much of it's young and older same role casting pairing a great turn from Jessica Chastain and Helen Mirren across the decades. Also credit to Sam Worthington for showing that he can stand his own with the acting heavy weights.
The Debt is one of the best movies of 2011 and seemed to go under the radar at the box-office, but it's quality that counts and this is one of the most gripping and impactful films of 2011 that should not be missed.
See if you like.....
Munich.
Marathon Man.
Boys From Brazil.

 Secrets & lies.

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It's easy to compare this tale of MOSSAD agents with the classic Spielberg movie Munich, but the Debt is it's on movie. Don't think you'll get the same graphic assassinations and gun-play as with Spielberg's revenge fuelled thriller as the debt is a muti-generational story following a mission to capture "Surgion of Birkenau" ( the excellent Jesper Christensen,the creepiest on screen Nuremberg dodger since Olivier in Marathon Man). Cutting between a botched 1960's mission in East Berlin and the present where the survivors bear very heavy loads. The Dept makes much of it's young and older same role casting pairing a great turn from Jessica Chastain and Helen Mirren across the decades. Also credit to Sam Worthington for showing that he can stand his own with the acting heavy weights.
The Debt is one of the best movies of 2011 and seemed to go under the radar at the box-office, but it's quality that counts and this is one of the most gripping and impactful films of 2011 that should not be missed.
See if you like.....
Munich.
Marathon Man.
Boys From Brazil.

 Oh my...

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I wish I could give this film a lower rating! I sat, for what seemed like days, watching Helen M. feed an old German guy! The plot was predictable, and it's execution very disappointing. There was no real substance about the film, I was waiting for a climax, only to be let down by the same sense of the director/writer dragging their feet! I would avoid, I can't believe people have rated this so highly, I guess it's just me, everyone is different, but as far as I can see, this film has nothing to offer.

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ActorsSam Worthington, Helen Mirren, Ciarán Hinds, Tom Wilkinson, Marton Csokas, Jessica Chastain, Adar Beck, Jesper Christensen, Romi Aboulafia, Nitzan Sharron & Alexander E. Fennon
DirectorJohn Madden
Certificate15 years and over
Year2010
ScreenWidescreen 2.40:1 Anamorphic
LanguagesEnglish
Additional LanguagesHindi
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired ; Arabic ; Danish ; Finnish ; Hindi ; Norwegian ; Swedish ; Icelandic
Duration1 hour and 53 minutes (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.