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Margin Call - The Big Crash

Story of Margin Call - The Big Crash

Wall Street, 2008. Asset advisors, brokers and stockbrokers juggle high stakes without a guilty conscience and generate staggering profit margins. But the financial crisis has already arrived. The main sufferer in a large investment firm is top risk analyst Eric Dale (Stanley Tucci). Dale was working on an analysis of the current company situation and when he was fired he passed the sensitive data on to his former protégé, the smart young talent Peter Sullivan (Zachary Quinto). Sullivan then does further calculations and realizes that the financial doom of his company is imminent. Alarmed by the numbers, the group management around Will Emerson (Paul Bettany), Sam Rogers (Kevin Spacey), Jared Cohen (Simon Baker), Sarah Robertson (Demi Moore) and John Tuld (Jeremy Irons) decided on a highly speculative bailout for the upcoming weekend. A moral and increasingly dramatic roller coaster ride begins that will catapult everyone involved to the brink of disaster within the next few hours ...

'The Big Crash' is no ordinary stock market drama: Director J.C. With his debut film, Chandor has created a methodically cool and oppressive work that looks like a chamber play. Chandor observes multifaceted and intelligent how the main actors react to the financial and deeply moral crisis situation. The top-class and award-winning cast, including Kevin Spacey ('American Beauty'), Paul Bettany ('Priest'), Jeremy Irons ('Inland Empire'), Stanley Tucci ('Burlesque'), Simon Baker ('The Mentalist '), Zachary Quinto (' Star Trek - The Future Has Begun ',' Heroes') and Demi Moore ('Striptease'), provides insights into decisions that will shape our global future. 'The Big Crash' has already been celebrated by audiences and critics at its international premiere in the competition at the Berlinale 2011 and at the Sundance Film Festival 2011 and J.C. Chandor was even nominated for an 'Oscar' in the category 'Best Original Screenplay' in 2012.