Nicholas Jarecki makes an auspicious directorial debut with this taut and alluring suspense thriller about love, loyalty, and high finance. Arbitrage—buying low and selling high—depends on a person’s ability to determine the true value of any given market. It’s a talent that has made billionaire hedge-fund magnate Robert Miller (Richard Gere) the very portrait of success in American business. But on the eve of his sixtieth birthday, Miller finds himself desperately trying to sell his trading empire to a major bank before the extent of his fraud is discovered. When an unexpected bloody error challenges his perception of what things are worth, Miller finds that his business is not the only thing hanging in the balance.
Building on the chemistry and charisma of an outstanding cast, including Susan Sarandon, Brit Marling, Tim Roth, and Nate Parker, Jarecki leads us through the slick and duplicitous limits of impunity and composes an anatomy of the way asset bubbles can burst. –Sundance Film Festival
Un discreto film di genere, con un buon cast(anche se Tim Roth poteva essere sfruttato meglio),una solida sceneggiatura ed una regia intelligente ed umile. Senza molti fronzoli e vincoli narrativi,Jarecki ci propone uno spaccato del capitalismo moderno,in cui gli Eletti che detengono la ricchezza manovrano il mondo come burattinai,perchè in fin dei conti tutti hanno un prezzo e prima o poi l accordo si trova.3*