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Current Rating: 4.20

Current Rating: 4.20

based on 32 votes and 12 reviews

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  • 4 stars A terrific movie about a true story I didn't know. Rachel Weiss is so good as is the supporting cast. Well filmed and directed. We left truly moved and informed by the story.
  • 2 stars mediocre
  • 4 stars Very moving.
  • 5 stars Just excellent. Best movie I've seen in years!
  • 5 stars Excellent! I wanted to see it from the legal perspective and the cast did an fantastic job of presenting it coming from the British angle. Definitely worth of some Oscar nods. This movie shows some things are worth fighting for.
  • 5 stars An excellent and thoroughly engaging movie with an outstanding script. I would give it 6 stars! Superb acting, very well cast. Not to be missed for its emotions and the human tragedy, sensitivity, empathy, and strategic legal minds.
  • My husband and I went to see this a couple of weeks ago and I must say it was very good indeed. Interesting from a legal viewpoint when she wanted to bring survivors to speak but had it explained to her why not to. Solid performances and interesting to see Auschwitz as we had visited Krakov and the camp four years ago. It is very bleak there but that just adds to the atmosphere. I would recommend visiting both- the camp and the movie.
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  • 4 stars Excellent script, the movie was captivating from beginning to end.
  • 1 stars Sorry to the very few people in the theatre tonight for my snoring. Movie went down hill quickly after the concentration camp scene. My level of consciousness wasn't far behind. zzzzz

Denial

Genre:  Drama | Running Time:  110 min.
Release date:  October 7, 2016 - Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver | On DVD/VOD:  January 3, 2017

Current rating: Rating: 4.20
based on 32 votes and 12 reviews
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Cast: Rachel Weisz, Tom Wilkinson, Timothy Spall, Andrew Scott

Inspiration: Deborah Lipstadt