We love ourselves a good espionage thriller, and the upcoming film ‘The Debt’ looks like it has the potential to count itself among the best ever. Based on the 1997 Israeli movie of the same name, the film follows three former secret agents who helped track down a Nazi war criminal 30 years prior. However, they’ve now learned decades later that their mission may not have been accomplished.

The film switches between the agents in both the present (played by Helen Mirren, Tom Wilkinson and Ciaran Hinds) and the past (the younger versions played by Jessica Chastain, Marton Coskas and Sam Worthington).

In two new (and exclusive!) clips from the film, we get to see both eras of agents in action. In the first, a younger Rachel (Chastain) begins to freak out that the person tied up in their apartment can understand what she’s saying. In the second clip, an older Rachel (Mirren) freaks out again, this time at the prospect of having to do something she really doesn’t want to.

You can check out both clips below.


Are you going to go see ‘The Debt’ when it comes out?




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