"Arbitrage" is defined by Richard Gere and Tim Roth - CinemaDave
Sep. 23rd, 2012 04:53 pm "Arbitrage" is defined by Richard Gere and Tim Roth
Despite intense box office competition, **Arbitrage** held it's own in limited release at the FAU Living Room Theater. It is a timely story the explains the business concept of "arbitrage" or practice of taking advantage of a price difference between two or more markets.
For many decades, Robert Miller (Richard Gere) has been a master of arbitrage on Wall Street, until his cash flow constricts. While presenting an impeccable facade to the public, Miller's home life has become a den of iniquity.
Much praise has been given Richard Gere's performance, though it is a role he was born to play given his previous three decades of work on the big screen. As Miller's personal fury, British actor Tim Roth steals the show as New York cop who would love to bust a Manhattan Master of the Universe.