Depicts an authentic case: 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. It's author is the defendant. The successful young business man had formed a team of prestigious former fellow students for an risky project which should make them all rich. His partners claim they didn't know about the means. Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
Did You Know?
The real Joe Hunt claimed that The BBC referred to The Bombay Bicycle Club, named after a Chicago club. The media gave it the name, The Billionaire Boys Club. 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