Brit Marling & Tim Roth
Brittany Heyworth Marling (born August 7, 1982, Chicago, Illinois) is an American writer, producer, director, and actress. Simon Timothy Tim Roth (born 14 May 1961) is an English film actor and director best known for his roles in the American films, Legend of 1900, Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Four Rooms, Skellig, Planet of the Apes, The Incredible Hulk and Rob Roy, receiving an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for the latter./5
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Richard Gere, Tim Roth, Brit Marling and Susan Sarandon star in our late-night thriller Arbitrage at 11.05pm.
The film follows one Robert Miller who is a multi-millionaire and he has a shady life as well... The problems all start when the sale of his business is being held up and the police are investigating a car accident. All of which leaves him tense and as he step by step works his way through the minefield he's created... Richard Gere is intense and very believable as the male lead and everyone else is almost secondary within the story line. Susan Sarandon (Ellen Miller), is the stalwart wife who isn't as daft as her husband thinks she is. Brit Marling (Brooke, their daughter) has been transfixed by her Dad and the as the film progresses its obvious her idol has become tarnished. Tim Roth (Detective Michael Bryer) hounds all the "rich" on what is obviously a personal crusade... A good tense thriller and you're not sure hows its going to play out and I feel could have been a better side story with Brooke taking her father on. All in all I enjoyed the film. Japes Trailer:
Dynamic performances by Richard Gere and an all-star cast highlight this riveting, suspense-filled thriller about love, loyalty, and high finance. Robert Miller (Gere) is a New York hedge-fund magnate who appears to have it all - money, power, a loving wife (Susan Sarandon), and a devoted daughter (Brit Marling) working by his side. But behind the gilded walls of his mansion Miller is running on borrowed time, trying to unload his crippled trading company before his frauds are revealed. A deadly error throws Miller's "perfect life" into a tailspin, raising the suspicions of a detective (Tim Roth) and threatening the future of his financial empire. As the line blurs bet ween what is right and wrong, legal and criminal, Miller is driven to desperate measures to protect the only thing more precious than his considerable fortune: his family.
Arbitrage (2012) by Nicholas Jarecki, with Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon, Tim Roth and Brit Marling - Official Trailer:
Film Forum Wednesday, ,January 2, 2012 - 6:30 PM 100 min. Nicholas Jarecki directed this slow burning screw-turner about a man whose greed catches up to him. A Hedge Fund manager (Richard Gere) faces ruin and scandal when trapped in a web of fraud, infidelity and murder. With Susan Sarandon, Tim Roth and Brit Marling. (Just click on the link to see the title of the film.)
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Arbitrage- It is a well known fact that those who sin and do wrong will eventually have their sins come back to haunt them. In what is known as Judgment Day, all must be held accountable for their actions. In the film, Arbitrage, one man faces these consequences. In the film, Robert Miller (Richard Gere) is a shrewd billionaire who fought his way to the top and will do anything to stay there. Desperate to complete the sale of his trading empire, Robert burns the books to cover up fraud, which could land him in prison. Meanwhile, Robert, who is having an affair with a younger woman, gets in an automobile accident, which leaves the young woman dead. After fleeing the scene, Robert tries to cover up his involvement in the incident, while trying to avoid his wife (Susan Sarandon) and the investigating police detective (Tim Roth) from finding out the truth. To make matters worse, Robert’s daughter (Brit Marling) discovers the inaccuracies with the books and must confront her father about them. Eventually, Ro ...
I'm strong on ARBITRAGE, though I agree with my friend Tom Proietti that it's a lousy title. The film is a potent and exciting blend of Wall Street financial intrigue and a police procedural, and a surprisingly assured outing for a first time writer-director. The supporting performances are well written, developed and acted. The movie is about the Gere character, and they're the elements that push-and-pull his struggles with his own integrity (or lack thereof). Gere sets the pace and rhythm of the film (like Marilyn O'Connor points out). Gere offers a worthy performance that will justify his probable Oscar nomination, even if part of the thinking will be honoring a long-underrated actor. And I love several of the supporting actors, including Susan Sarandon (wife), Brit Marling (daughter), and especially the great Tim Roth (the cop), impressive newcomer Nate Parker (the driver), and crusty veteran Stuart Margolin (the lawyer).
saw 'Arbitrage' last eve... enjoyed it! Good story and a well paced screenplay ensure that you better pay careful attention to each dialogue! The film basically underlines the 'if you have money, you can get away with almost anything' sentiment excellently. Richard Gere is old, and looks it, but still manages to deliver a competent performance. However its the others around him do really well and deliver a rocking film, esp Brit Marling who plays his daughter, Tim Roth & Susan Sarandon. The title seems a little tangential until the film ends, when you realise its just perfect. Arbitrage is not to be missed...
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