A hedge fund manager makes a fatal mistake and gets help from an unlikely source. Thriller starring Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon.

Robert Miller (Richard Gere) is a successful hedge fund manager, a charitable man with an impressive wife (Susan Sarandon) and two grown children. But on his 60th birthday it all begins to unravel. Miller tries desperately to sell his company to a bank before a close look at his books reveal wrongdoings, and his affair with French gallery owner Julie (Laetitia Casta) wont stay a secret for long. On the way to a weekend in the country, Miller falls asleep at the wheel and Julie dies. He runs from the scene and gets caught in a web of lies as he tries to keep his life from falling apart.

Nicholas Jareckis debut is a suspenseful, excellent old-fashioned thriller, with a plot that is not exactly original but well told and with believable characters and without explosions or special effects.Arbitrageworks thanks to the excellent performance ofRichard Gere, whose public image as a cool, soft Buddhist helps make this awful character a bit more human. Gere is brilliant as the billionaire who is not as untouchable as he thinks.

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