Senior investment banker Naomi Bishop’s world of high-power big money is brutal and fierce, and one she thrives in. When a controversial IPO threatens the fragile balance of power and confidentiality, Naomi finds herself entangled in a web of politics and deception.
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Equity torrent reviews
(ru) wrote: This one hit close to home for me as a Widow. I watched this lonely and broken on Valentines Day, asking myself if I could deal with another man looking like my husband. It was strangely therapeutic for me. Beautiful
(it) wrote: different story line. Dec worth watching
(mx) wrote: Own this but I need to read Kafka's trilogy first.
(mx) wrote: this wasn't a bad film, its just it went on to the point where you lost interest and was kinda pointless, not the clever groundbreaking idea the concept promised to be
(gb) wrote: While not as good as the previous installments, this more family-friendly sequel is still very funny.
(us) wrote: So cool and so funny, expertly directed by Liman.
(gb) wrote: i used to just sit and cry about this for days.
(fr) wrote: Another great film by the master of suspense, Hitchcock,
(nl) wrote: Unexpected treat just went a tiny bit slow in the middle. Won't forget it though.
(ru) wrote: "Jolene" is the perfect vehicle to launch Jessica Chastain, with her stellar appearance in every scene, through every range of emotion, through every tribulation a young female could endure. Reminiscent of the on-going feel of "Catch Me If You Can", Jolene (Chastain) travels the country from lover to lover, hitting road block after road block, whether through death or simply poor judgment. Without Chastain, the film would be lifeless, an on-going saga which drags on a bit too long but with the willingness to put herself completely into the role, with no shame, and a commanding presence in her very first starring role, Chastain proves early on why she's such a successful actress.