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Boiler Room (30-Jan-2000)

Director: Ben Younger

Writer: Ben Younger

Keywords: Crime, Drama, Corporate Crime

A college dropout lands a seemingly plum job with an investment firm, only to discover issues with his new employer's legitimacy.

ABSTRACT
Seth Davis, a college dropout running an illegal casino operation from his apartment yet harboring a desire for serious wealth of the above-board variety, seizes an opportunity to interview for a trainee stockbroker position at an area brokerage firm on the advice of buddy Greg. Seduced by massive opportunities and the promise of endless cash, Seth soon finds himself plunged into a question of morals as he settles into a job working for an employer placing profits over people.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jon Abrahams
Actor
29-Oct-1977   Scary Movie
Kirk Acevedo
Actor
27-Nov-1974   Oz, Law & Order: Trial by Jury
Ben Affleck
Actor
15-Aug-1972   Good Will Hunting
Scott Caan
Actor
23-Aug-1976   Hawaii Five-O
Vin Diesel
Actor
18-Jul-1967   Riddick from Pitch Black
Nicky Katt
Actor
11-May-1970   Harry Senate on Boston Public
Jamie Kennedy
Actor
25-May-1970   Scream, Malibu's Most Wanted
Nia Long
Actor
30-Oct-1970   Third Watch
Anson Mount
Actor
25-Feb-1973   Crossroads
Giovanni Ribisi
Actor
17-Dec-1974   Sky Captain's Dex Dearborn
Ron Rifkin
Actor
31-Oct-1939   Arvin Sloane on Alias
Bill Sage
Actor
17-Jul-1962   Simple Men
Tom Everett Scott
Actor
7-Sep-1970   That Thing You Do!
Mark Webber
Actor
19-Jul-1980   Snow Day

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