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The Debt

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Back in 1966, three agents Rachel, Stephan and David tracked down Nazi war criminal Vogel and their mission ended with the man's death on the streets of East Berlin. Thirty years later, the secrets the agents share come back to haunt them when a man claiming to be the doctor has appeared.
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Jerusalem Post
The film does have some suspense and makes some interesting points about our need to make heroes out of flawed people; but in the end, even with this wonderful cast, it's still a disappointment.
March 22, 2016
Dallas Morning News
Rather than focus on the evil of the Nazi villain, it wallows in the collective regret of three Israeli Mossad agents who in 1966 let the bad guy slip away when they had him in their clutches.
September 01, 2011
Critic's Notebook
How can the film convincingly preach via Ms. Mirren's voice-over that truth is more valuable than justice while her character is exacting vengeance on screen?
October 07, 2015
New Yorker
There is an awkward, irresoluble tension between the movie's urge to thrill and the weighty pull of the historical obligations that it seeks to assume. How much, to be blunt, should we be enjoying ourselves?
September 06, 2011