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Based on a true story: Court room drama with Rachel Weisz as an American professor of Jewish Studies who is sued by a British historian (Timothy Spall) who denies the Holocaust ever happened because she accused him of being a Holocaust denier. Also with Tom Wilkinson, Andrew Scott, Jack Lowden, Caren Pistorius, Alex Jennings, Harriet Walter and Mark Gatiss. Directed by Mick Jackson. [1:49]
- A man being interviewed by reporters says, "Very attractive girls with nice breasts."
- At least 1 F-word, 2 scatological terms, name-calling (coward, falsifier of history, liar, Hitler partisan, anti-Semite, junkyard dog, evil, wife beater, pedophile, pariah, rotten, bent, devil, wine-drinking Scotsman, racists, ape, half-breed children, perverted), exclamations (gosh), 3 religious exclamations (God Knows, God Full Of Mercy, For God's Sake).
- Several glasses of wine are seen on a dinner table, a man pours and drinks from plastic cups of wine in several scenes and others join him in a few of those scenes, people drink alcohol and smoke cigarettes in a pub, a man and a woman drink wine, men and women drink wine with lunch, and a man and a woman drink shots of alcohol. A man smokes a cigarette in his office, a man smokes while around the remains of a gas chamber, a woman smokes outside a courthouse, and a cigarette is shown burning in an ashtray.
- Auschwitz, Edward Kennedy, Chappaquiddick, Holocaust denial, proof, conspiracy, martyrdom, anti-Semitism, divorce, justice, presumption of innocence, British legal system, David and Goliath, the atom bomb, shame, Holocaust survivors, weakness, jury vs. judge trials, yellow star, truth, procedure, conscience, self-denial, obsession, political correctness, racism, collaboration, judicial decisions, libel, free speech.
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