Based on a true story: Ron Levin, a wealthy businessman has disappeared. No body is found, but there was a list with instructions in his house - a recipe for murder. Its author Joe Hunt is the defendant. The successful young business man had formed a team of prestigious former fellow students for a risky project which should make them all rich. His partners claim they didn't know about the means. Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.i.suck.juicy.plumsZoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
Did You Know?
According to crime author Rachel Pergament, this is the movie that brothers Eric and Lyle Menendez were watching on TV when they conceived the idea of murdering their father, producer and entrepreneur Jose Menendez, and their mother, Kitty Menendez. As with their crime, central figure Joe Hunt was convicted of killing the father of one of his business associates, and, like the Menendez brothers, he was ultimately sentenced to life without parole. See more
In the opening scene, the prosecutor asks Dean Karny to read Joe Hunt's "To Do at Levin's" list out loud. But the list, which is seen on camera, is a little different than the way Karny recites it. See more
Remade as Billionaire Boys Club