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TV-14 | | Drama | TV Movie 4 January 2013
Paul Keller (Steven Pasquale - "Rescue Me") is a hedge fund manager with a gambling problem who is fired after a bad deal costs his firm millions. Shut out of the job market, he and his ... See full summary »

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Paul Keller
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Vicky Keller
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Marino Puzzo
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Liliana
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Oliver Ohrt
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Hailey
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Franco Puzzo
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Paul's Drinking Friend
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Ichiro
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Victor
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Nunzia
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Pedro
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Catherine
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Paul Keller (Steven Pasquale - "Rescue Me") is a hedge fund manager with a gambling problem who is fired after a bad deal costs his firm millions. Shut out of the job market, he and his wife Vicky (Caroline Dhavernas - "Wonderfalls") retreat to a Brooklyn neighborhood on the cusp of gentrification where she has a photography studio in a renovated brownstone. Paul finds an unlikely partner in their neighbor Marino, (Anthony Carrigan - "Parenthood") a young, straight-shooting, mathematical prodigy whose family business has money problems of its own. Their friendship begins to reveal that both men need each other more than they'd like to admit, and Vicky finds an unlikely new line of work. Written by JStarch

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4 January 2013 (USA)  »

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10 January 2013 | by See all my reviews

Sorry, but no. We have no reason to care about two very spoiled main characters and their "troubled" life. The story and its characters could have been handled in more mature and empathetic ways if these writers wanted to connect with their audience. Instead we are left with unlikable brats who clearly have nothing more than selfish motives throughout. An audience is capable of liking people like these, but it needs to be given a reason. We are given nothing. Additionally, I feel like the creators wanted to make something provocative and artistic and in the process built a 90 minute episode where no real story develops for the first half of it. It is a snooze-fest but there is a some nice music thrown in here and there, if you can forgive the awfully cheesy slow motion crap associated with those moments.


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