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Arbitrage (21-Jan-2012)

Director: Nicholas Jarecki

Writer: Nicholas Jarecki

Keywords: Thriller, Business

A hedge fund manager embroiled in controversy and seeking an out from his career must turn to help from an unexpected source.

ABSTRACT
Robert Miller, a sixty-year old financial guru and hedge fund manager, finds his plans to sell his enterprise for a hefty sum of money muddled when a car crash one night with him at the wheel leaves his mistress dead. Facing a potential charge for manslaughter from a police detective determined to bring him down, Miller must turn to Jimmy Grant, a troubled young man from Harlem he has helped out in the past, to assist him in keeping his head above water long enough for the sale of his empire to be consummated.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Maria Bartiromo
Journalist
11-Sep-1967   CNBC financial correspondent
Graydon Carter
Journalist
14-Jul-1949   Editor of Vanity Fair
Laetitia Casta
Model
11-May-1978   Yves St. Laurent supermodel
Paula Devicq
Actor
7-Jul-1965   Kirsten Bennett on Party of Five
David Faber
Journalist
10-Mar-1964   CNBC financial reporter
Richard Gere
Actor
31-Aug-1949   American Gigolo
Stuart Margolin
Actor
31-Jan-1940   Angel Martin on The Rockford Files
Tim Roth
Actor
14-May-1961   Pulp Fiction
Susan Sarandon
Actor
4-Oct-1946   Louise in Thelma and Louise

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