The Debt Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.80/10 from 72000 votes
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

La deuda

Title in Italiano:

Il debito

Title in Português:

A Dívida


The espionage thriller begins in 1997, as shocking news reaches retired Mossad secret agents Rachel Singer (Dame Helen Mirren) and Stephan Gold (Tom Wilkinson) about their former colleague David Peretz (Ciarán Hinds).

All three have been venerated for decades by their country because of the mission that they undertook back in 1965, when the trio (Jessica Chastain, Marton Csokas, and Sam Worthington) tracked down Nazi war criminal Dieter Vogel (Jesper Christensen) in East Berlin.

At great risk, and at considerable personal cost, the team's mission was accomplished--or was it?

The suspense builds in and across two different time periods, with startling action and surprising revelations.

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The Debt
Ohne Dich
Gerhard Narholz: Writer
She's Not There
The Bridal Chorus
Deutschland Uber Alles
Moonlight Sonata
She's Not There
Rod Argent: Performer

User reviews

Richard Walker

The use of subtle and haunting melodies in the music enhances the emotional depth of the story.

Joseph Mitchell

The soundtrack skillfully reflects the dual timelines of the movie, adding layers of complexity to the narrative.

Kenneth Campbell

The soundtrack of The Debt perfectly captures the intense and thrilling atmosphere of the espionage thriller.

Laura Lewis

The music beautifully accompanies the story's dual timelines, adding depth and emotion to the characters' journeys and the unexpected twists in the plot.

Kimberly Rodriguez

The soundtrack of The Debt perfectly captures the tension and suspense of the espionage thriller. The music heightens the dramatic moments and adds depth to the characters' emotional journeys, making the viewing experience truly immersive.

Melissa Rodriguez

The orchestral arrangements in the score elevate the intensity of key scenes, making them even more impactful.

Patricia Miller

The music in The Debt expertly conveys the moral dilemmas faced by the characters, adding depth to their struggles.

Laura Phillips

The music effectively creates a sense of unease and keeps the audience on edge throughout the film.

Richard Davis

The soundtrack seamlessly blends with the visuals, creating a cohesive and immersive viewing experience.

Michael King

The use of different musical motifs and themes to represent the two different time periods in the film is masterfully done. The transitions between past and present are seamlessly accompanied by the soundtrack, enhancing the storytelling and keeping the audience engaged throughout.

Paul Jones

The soundtrack of The Debt perfectly captures the tension and suspense of the espionage thriller.

Margaret Perez

Overall, the soundtrack of The Debt is a standout element that enhances the overall quality of the movie.

Mark Jones

The music in The Debt failed to enhance the tension and suspense of the espionage thriller. Instead of building a sense of unease and intrigue, the soundtrack felt disconnected from the on-screen action, leaving me feeling disconnected from the story.

Karen Thompson

The choice of music in The Debt did not effectively capture the historical setting of the film. The lack of period-specific sounds or motifs left me feeling like the soundtrack missed an opportunity to immerse viewers in the world of 1960s espionage and intrigue.

Donna Miller

Overall, the soundtrack of The Debt elevates the viewing experience and immerses the audience in the high-stakes world of espionage and moral dilemmas.

Dorothy Wright

The use of recurring motifs in the music helps to tie together the different storylines and themes of the film.

Matthew Hill

The haunting melodies and tense rhythms enhance the suspenseful moments in the film, keeping me on the edge of my seat throughout.

Matthew Hill

The soundtrack for The Debt felt repetitive and lacked depth. The same dramatic cues were used repeatedly throughout the film, making the emotional impact feel dull and predictable.