It's a rare behind-the-scenes look into the shadowy world of billionaire investors - where egos and intrigue collide and a single deal worth hundreds of millions of dollars must get done at any cost.

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Brian DeChesare
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Sam C. Martin Sam C. Martin ...  Jason Shaw / ... 7 episodes, 2012
Jordan Butcher ...  Todd / ... 7 episodes, 2012
Sharon Jordan ...  Susan / ... 7 episodes, 2012
Josh Shibata ...  Leonard / ... 7 episodes, 2012
Kevin Ashworth ...  David 6 episodes, 2012
Sharon Gardner ...  Nancy / ... 6 episodes, 2012
Timothy Guest ...  Robert / ... 6 episodes, 2012
Don Robb Don Robb ...  Grandpa 6 episodes, 2012
Eamon Sheehan ...  Scott / ... 5 episodes, 2012
Derek Meacham Derek Meacham ...  Martin 4 episodes, 2012
Jason Weiss ...  Byron 4 episodes, 2012
Bryan Kent ...  Clyde 3 episodes, 2012
Marcia Walter ...  Paula 3 episodes, 2012
Shawn Bhatt Shawn Bhatt ...  Peak Employee 2 episodes, 2012
Eric Naroyan Eric Naroyan ...  Peak Employee 2 episodes, 2012
Anthony James Whitewolf ...  Peak Employee 2 episodes, 2012
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It's a rare behind-the-scenes look into the shadowy world of billionaire investors - where egos and intrigue collide and a single deal worth hundreds of millions of dollars must get done at any cost.

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20 August 2012 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

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A gimlet-eyed peek into a dark corner of the private equity world.
17 September 2012 | by sgardner8See all my reviews

With insight, wit, and depth, "Cost of Capital" investigates the levels of power and competition when a private equity firm searches for new deals. The characters are complex, performances are layered and detailed, and the editing is well-paced, allowing moments and ideas to really land before a quickening of action. The directorial work feels like Michael Mann's, with camera and light creating imagery that supports the ideas behind the story. A few emotionally-tense moments for the main character are handled deftly, and what could have been a turn into sentimentality is instead a reveal of backstory which grounds the central hero in an all-too real contemporary economic problem.


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