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Very well done I thought .
Mirren and Chastain are great.
I love Helen Mirren. She is not only a good actress but she chooses her movies. Thanks for being in a good movie.
I like the discourse and reflection. Choice between truth and protection of false reputation etc. It also involves history.
Well written and great acting. The story is excellent and the characters believable.
The plot and concept are enough to keep you interested, too bad the story never will. Directing: sold. Script: nice. Tone: perfect. What's the problem? Its boring and it stretches the liar reveal cliche to the absolute limit. Also the elapsing between the young and old main characters is completely messy. For a thriller with great intensity, it couldn't have been anymore dull that what we got. Very forgettable.
This movie is an emotionally driven, utterly pointless tale of mission failed, lies told, senseless loss and zero satisfaction zero meaning zero reason to watch - an utter failure.
This film was a bit hard to follow for me the first time I looked at it. I am SO GLAD I gave it another try. Like a good book, sometimes you have to get into the rhythm or cant of a film before it flows smoothly. Once it has taken hold, you can't stop watching. I have a great sympathy for Holocaust victims-the lengths to which this film goes to execute the premise are truly moving and suspenseful. Challenge yourself and find a dark, romantic, suspenseful thriller.
When we see what place that frees us is the truth when we past places holds us back to correct in moving us forward.
In what had the potential to be a gripping thriller, The Debt takes way too long to get to its interesting plot twist, which turns out to be poorly overwritten, pathetically directed and mind-numbingly paced, even stellar acting pedigree cannot save this immensely bad film.
Is more important the Truth or the Country?