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Robert Miller who is a New York millionaire seems is the happiest because of having everything – money, power, a beautiful wife , and a charming daughter. Unfortunately, an terrible mistake happens and devastates maybe his financial empire.

Arbitrage is not about greed or frustration or police corruption. Its not about family bonds or loyalty or racial discrimination. But all those elements are incorporated into this multi-layered, suspense-laden film.

There are holes in the plot, to be sure, but somehow we dont mind, because for all the unbearable tension of Jareckis script, the central attraction here is the man in the arena.

As we follow the increasingly frantic Gere down his nightmarish rabbit hole, the picture takes a satisfyingly cold, amoral stance – less critique and more cynical observation.

Does the privilege of powerful men always lead to lust and lies? No. But the phrase Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely, is well depicted in Arbitrage.

Like something straight out of 1992, Nicholas Jareckis debut feature Arbitrage … is a small scale, high-gloss thriller that feels like Wall Streets cousin.

The screenplay, written by first-time director Nicholas Jarecki, keeps us guessing, which is one of the best compliments one can pay to a movie of this sort.

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