A teacher lives a lonely life, all the while struggling over his son's custody. His life slowly gets better as he finds love and receives good news from his son, but his new luck is about to be brutally shattered by an innocent little lie.
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Capital is a documentary feature film covering the student loan debt crisis in America. Footage and interviews from Washington DC, The President of the USSA, founder of studentloandebt.org ... See full summary »
When the CEO of France's Phenix Bank collapses on the golf course, Machiavellian young executive Marc Tourneuil is crowned as his replacement. A whirlwind of ruthless ambition, power struggles, greed and deception ensues as Tourneuil's brutal ascent is jeopardized by a hostile takeover attempt from a large American hedge fund led by Dittmar Rigule, erotic distractions from international supermodel Nassim, and adversaries with an agenda for destruction. Written by
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I guess my expectations with this film were high in terms of getting another glimpse into what really happens in the corporate world. To experience first hand what goes in these top execs ' minds when dealing with high stress situations. ( think of Hank Paulson's character in "too big too fail" as an example or Tim Geithner in the same film, where you could actually feel the world economy tanking due to misuse and abuse of cds - credit default swaps - unless they took corrective action). This film not only is poorly acted, but lacks any remote hint at accurately portraying the actual challenges of a global organization, making up a complex plot involving global executives with the only real goal to showcase the extravagant lifestyle of these executives, flying in private falcon jets to supposedly exotic destinations (if you can call New York, Paris, London, and Miami as "exotic".. come on folks) and resourcing to a cheap affair/obsession between a supposedly world supermodel and the main character. The Director and producers should have a closer look at what the film industry is creating in "real-life-inspired films" which they were trying to emulate in this film, not only finance related but political also (the ides of march, game change), and you can rapidly notice the amount of research and rigor that goes into the intricacies of the plot, which this film totally lacks. Please, don't waste your valuable 120 minutes on this, trust me.
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