Summary: A riveting drama punctuated by an excellent cast. There are some slow spots, but overall the atmosphere is tense and the story - where a lie spans a 30-year period and leaves an indelible mark, is well told both in the past and present.
Summary: The inconsistent pacing of this film can be forgiven because of the powerhouse acting that portrays an intriguing story of truth and redemption. The film portrays an interesting era of history and does well at maintaining its slow burn plot and moralistic themes.
Summary: A failed mission to capture a surgeon murderer forced three individuals to lie about it. Now that they take credit of it for thirty years, they now have to deal with it- which happens differently for the three of them.
Summary: A strong thriller that's well-cast and written. 3 Israeli agents embark on a secret mission to capture and deliver a Nazi war criminal but things don't go as planned. The decisions the agents make turn out to affect the rest of their lives, as we rejoin their story many years later to see how what...
Summary: Rachel Singer (Jessica Chastain) lands in East Berlin to meet fellow agents David Peretz (Sam Worthington) and Stefan Gold (Marton Csokas). Their mission is to detain Nazi war criminal Dieter Vogel (Jesper Christensen).
Excerpt: Stuck for a film to watch the other night, we settled on The Debt. I wasn't particular enthralled about the idea of watching it, but only because the short synopsis on Sky made it sound quite dull, but I gave in and agreed as it starred Helen Mirren and Sam Worthington, and figured it would be worth...
Summary: Helen Mirren drew me to "The Debt", and as always, her performance was excellent. There were some twists and turns that lead to some confusion. The movie to me, showed that when you go against your own moral compass, you do not have complete peace.