Player Affinity writes: The best spies usually work alone. There's a reason James Bond and Jason Bourne fly solo, which is generally assumed to be that it lessens the margin for error and prevents emotional attachments. Perhaps it's really because the we like to uncover the dark secrets that make a ruthless assassins tick, which isn't too much of a challenge to a screenwriter — when there's only one spy. In The Debt, we have three former Israeli Mossad agents who were hailed as heroes in 1966 after salvaging a near-lost mission to capture a Nazi war criminal in East Berlin and bring him to trial in Israel. That makes for three heads we yearn to crack, not to mention the consequent relationship tension resulting from a little something we don't yet know.