Denial

2016

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Rachel Weisz as Deborah Lipstadt
Andrew Scott as Anthony Julius
Tom Wilkinson as Richard Rampton
Timothy Spall as David Irving
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803.82 MB
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PG-13
23.976 fps
1hr 49 min
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PG-13
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1hr 49 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by phd_travel 9 / 10

Topical but Rachel Weisz is wrong for the role

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Reviewed by maurice yacowar 9 / 10

Holocaust denier David Irving loses his libel case

if you like talkie courtroom dramas this is for you. It deals with important issues but so much is said and so little is shown this book adaptation might have worked better as a play.The male performances are excellent and there might be award consideration for the male leads. Rachael Weisz is capable of better. There is a forced American accent that is more annoying then authentic. Her lawyers asked her not to speak in court, that was the only place she didn't talk. The score is forgettable and adds nothing to the movie. The crowd scenes outside the courthouse seemed staged. The movie is in limited release and does not need the big screen. It will play well on home platforms and seem like a very good made for TV movie.

Reviewed by Red-125 9 / 10

Riveting, well-acted film, based on a real legal battle

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Reviewed by Howard Schumann 9 / 10

Debunks the distortion of history

There is so much denying of atrocities that this is an interesting subject to see on screen from the Middle East to Nanjing. In this well made movie a British holocaust denier David Irving sued an American Jewish Historian Deborah Lipstadt for calling him that.The best parts of this movie are the trip to Auschwitz to investigate and the trial in London.The worst parts of this movie are the times when Deborah acts stubborn and uncooperative with her legal team. Even though she apologizes it makes her seem unsympathetic. Also the big team against one loon makes the battle seem a foregone conclusion. The climax isn't exciting in the sense that the outcome was so certain, what court would rule for a holocaust denier? It seems a bit of an anti climax.The acting is good. Rachel Weisz isn't the best for this role. Her accent and manner just don't ring American. There could have been so many more convincing actresses to play the role. Tom Wilkison is good as Deborah's barrister. So is Tim Spall who plays David Irving with a hateful look on his face.Worth a watch

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