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Plot Summary:
Acclaimed writer and historian Deborah E. Lipstadt must battle for historical truth to prove the Holocaust actually occurred when David Irving, a renowned denier, sues her for libel.
Mick Jackson
Top Cast
Rachel Weisz as Deborah Lipstadt

Andrew Scott as Anthony Julius

Harriet Walter as Vera Reich

Andrea Deck as Leonie

Denial 2016 720p torrent details

803.82 MB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
1 hr 49 min
Seeds 4.

Denial 2016 1080p torrent details

1.67 GB
English 2.0

23.976 fps
1 hr 49 min
Seeds 7.

Denial review

Reviewed by gbill-74877

8 / 10

The voice of suffering must be heard
There’s something that feels packaged and glossy here, and maybe a little bit off with Rachel Weisz’s character (not sure if it’s the role or the performance), but the subject matter, the true story of a libel suit brought by Holocaust denier David Irving against historian Deborah Lipstadt is compelling, poignant, and raises important questions. How does one respond to someone whose views are so distorted, whose mind is filled with racist filth, and who spews outrageous lies which stir up rage in both those who believe him and those who are horrified by him? Someone who is so far outside the norm that to engage him is to help mainstream him, but to be silent is to let his views go unchallenged and uncorrected? Someone who will quickly drag you down into the gutter he’s in if you’re not very careful? These are the questions Lipstadt and her legal team wrestle with, and as they’re complicated and universal, I found great depth in this part of the drama.

There is a parallel here to demagogues like Trump, and we see the most important thing we must hold on to – regardless of our political or religious viewpoints – is the truth. We must have truth, not “alternative facts”, propaganda, or a re-writing of history which dishonors millions and is morally wrong. It’s all the more important for monstrous events in history, the crimes against humanity such as the Holocaust. The voice of suffering must be heard, to paraphrase the film.

It’s in the clear-eyed, sober pursuit of truth by the barrister played by Tom Wilkinson, and in the scenes at Auschwitz, that the film is at its strongest. And as Lipstadt/Weisz puts it, “Freedom of speech means you can say whatever you want. What you can’t do is lie and expect not to be held accountable for it.” The film stirs up a proper amount of outrage, and for me had real tension. If you’d like a little extra helping of outrage and sadness, just read a selection of the low rating reviews out on IMDb, which seems to be a haven for the alt-right to attack films like this, or those starring or directed by African-Americans. I’m not saying if you didn’t like the film you’re in this group, but my god, reading some of those reviews is depressing.Read More