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We do not have a full review for this movie because it is rated R in the US and we usually only review G, PG, and PG-13 movies. However we do have details about the content you can expect to see in this movie in the "Content Details" section below.
In 1966 Rachel, Stefan and David (Jessica Chastain, Sam Worthington and Marton Csokas) were part of a secret mission to capture a Nazi war criminal (Jesper Christensen). Then in 1997, some startling news surfaces about David (Ciaran Hinds). So Rachel and Stefan (Helen Mirren and Tom Wilkinson) find themselves again immersed in the intricacies of what they believed was a closed case.
Why Is The Debt Rated R?
The Debt is rated R R for some violence and language.
Here is additional information on sex, violence and profanity in The Debt...
- Frequent and prolonged violence shown in a realistic manner with graphic blood and tissue damage.
- Upsetting and disturbing scenes.
- Depictions of fighting, shooting, stabbing and beating.
- Portrayal of forensic photos of atrocities.
- Mild sexual references and innuendo
- Non-sexual female frontal nudity.
- Implied sexual activity.
- Embracing and kissing.
- Crude content.
- Infrequent use of the sexual expletive in a non-sexual context.
- Infrequent use of scatological slang.
Drugs and Alcohol:
- Frequent tobacco use.
Home Video Viewing Alternatives
Here are some ideas for home video titles that are related to The Debt.
Another brave group tries to bring down the Nazi regime by assassinating Hitler in Valkyrie (based on a true story). In Everything is Illuminated, a young man goes back to Eastern Europe to try to understand his ancestors that lived through the attempted Jewish extermination. Ciaran Hinds appears in another Nazi thriller, The Sum of All Fears.
Canadian Movie Ratings
Canadian Home Video Rating: 14A
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Details on home video releases of The Debt...
The Debt releases to home video on December 6, 2011.