The Debt

2010


Three Mossad agents infiltrate East Germany to capture a nasty Nazi. In 1997, the trio reflect on the events as the past is revisited by a book published by the daughter of one of them.

Suitably tense, well contructed and beautifully acted by all, yet doesn't quite grip as it should, in my case possibly because it seems more logical that Sam Worthington should grow up to be Tom Wilkinson rather than Ciarán Hinds...



4th September 2010
Deauville






31st August 2011
Cinema






30th September 2011
Cinema






6th December 2011
Blu-Ray



113 mins
2.40:1




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Helen Mirren
Rachel Singer (Tel Aviv 1997)
Tom Wilkinson
Stephan Gold (Tel Aviv 1997)
Ciarán Hinds
David Peretz (Tel Aviv 1997)
Romi Aboulafia
Sarah Gold (Tel Aviv 1997)
Tomer Ben David
Sarah's Husband (Tel Aviv 1997)
Ohev Ben David
Sarah's Son (Tel Aviv 1997)
Jonathan Uziel
Mossad Agent (Tel Aviv 1997)
Elana Kivity Davenport
Publisher (Tel Aviv 1997)
Eli Zohar
Stephan's Driver (Tel Aviv 1997)
Irén Bordán
Seminar Moderator (Tel Aviv 1997)
Jessica Chastain
Young Rachel (Berlin 1965)
Marton Csokas
Young Stephan (Berlin 1965)
Sam Worthington
Young David (Berlin 1965)
Jesper Christensen
Doktor Bernhardt
Brigitte Kren
Frau Bernhardt
Bálint Merán
Man on Tram (Berlin 1965)
Christian Strasser
Station Guard (Berlin 1965)
Alexander E. Fennon
Postal Worker (Berlin 1965) (as Alexander Fennon)
István Betz
Train Driver (Berlin 1965)
Alexander Jagsch
Border Guard (Berlin 1965)
András Szurdi
Soldier (Tel Aviv 1970)
Melinda Korcsog
Young Sarah (Tel Aviv 1970)
Nitzan Sharron
Party Guest (Tel Aviv 1970)
Adar Beck
Party Guest (Tel Aviv 1970)
Kátya Tompos
Newspaper Receptionist / Kátya (Ukraine 1997)
József Rácz
Kátya's Boyfriend (Ukraine 1997)
István Göz
Yuri Tiov (Ukraine 1997)
Igor Vovk
Babenko Registrar (Ukraine 1997)
Morris Perry
Ivan Schevchuk (Ukraine 1997)
Erika Szórádi
Babenko Nurse (Ukraine 1997)