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As he approaches his 60th birthday, New York hedge-fund magnate Robert Miller (Richard Gere) is the picture of success -- at least on the surface. In reality, Miller is in over his head, trying desperately to sell his empire to a big bank before the authorities and his family uncover the depth of his fraud. Unexpectedly, a critical error forces Miller to juggle family, business and crime with the aid of a former associate, but a detective's (Tim Roth) suspicions mean it may already be too late.
  • Genres: Drama, Thriller
  • Running Time: 100 minutes
  • Release Date: Friday, September 14, 2012
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • MPAA Rating: R [ Brief Violent Images, Drug Use, Language ]
  • Starring: Richard Gere [Robert Miller], Tim Roth [Det. Michael Bryer], Susan Sarandon [Ellen Miller], Brit Marling [Brooke Miller], Evelina Oboza [Emma], Monica Raymund [Reina], Laetitia Casta [Julie Cote], Nate Parker [Jimmy Grant]
  • Directed by: Nicholas Jarecki [Director], Nicholas Jarecki [Screenwriter], Laura Bickford [Producer], Kevin Turen [Producer], Justin Nappi [Producer], Robert Salerno [Producer], Brian Young [Executive Producer], Mohammed Turki [Executive Producer], Lisa Wilson [Executive Producer], Stanislaw Tyczynski [Executive Producer], Lauren Versel [Executive Producer], Maria Arida [Executive Producer], Ron Curtis [Executive Producer], Yorick Le Saux [Cinematographer], Beth Mickle [Production Design], Douglas Crise [Film Editor], Joseph Aulisi [Costume Designer], Laura Rosenthal [Casting]
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