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Mentiras mortales

Mentiras mortales
Mentiras mortales Rating: 69 out of 100 based on 33 reviews.
El protagonista de “El fraude” es Robert Miller, un magnate que en la víspera de su 60 cumpleaños parece el perfecto retrato del éxito americano en su vida profesional y familiar, siempre acompañado por su fiel mujer Ellen (Susan Sarandon) y Brooke (Brit Marling), su hija y heredera de su imperio. Pero tras los dorados muros de su mansión, Miller está con el agua al cuello, desesperado por completar la venta de su imperio a un gran banco antes de que quede expuesto un fraude que ha cometido. Además, mantiene un romance con una marchante de arte francesa (Laetitia Casta). Justo cuando se dispone a deshacerse de su problemático imperio, un sangriento e inesperado error le obliga a reencontrarse con un fantasma de su pasado y a enfrentarse a los límites de su doble moral.
Interpretación
Richard Gere

Robert Miller
Susan Sarandon

Ellen Miller
Brit Marling

Brooke Miller
Tim Roth

Det. Michael Bryer
Laetitia Casta

Julie Côte
Nate Parker

Jimmy Grant
Stuart Margolin

Syd Felder
Chris Eigeman

Gavin Briar
Graydon Carter

James Mayfield
Bruce Altman

Chris Vogler
Larry Pine

Jeffrey Greenberg
Curtiss Cook

Det. Mills
Reg E. Cathey

Earl Monroe
Felix Solis

A.D.A. Deferlito
Tibor Feldman

Judge Rittenband
Producción
Director:Nicholas Jarecki
Producer:Mohammed Al Turki (executive producer)
Maria Teresa Arida (executive producer)
Michael Bederman (co-producer)
Laura Bickford (producer)
Ron Curtis (executive producer)
Marek Gabryjelski (co-producer)
Mike Heller (co-producer)
Justin Nappi (producer)
Anna Rozalska (co-producer)
Robert Salerno (producer)
Kevin Turen (producer)
Stanislaw Tyczynski (executive producer)
Lauren Versel (executive producer)
Lisa Wilson (executive producer)
Writer:Nicholas Jarecki (written by)
Valoraciones de Mentiras mortales
Screen Jabber
Richard Gere gives one of his best ever performances in this sleek and slick financial thriller. He plays billionaire hedge fund honcho Robert Miller, about to sell his vast Wall Street business empire before his fraudulent tactics are uncovered.
Laramie Movie Scope
It turns out this movie has nothing to do with the financial meltdown of 2008, rather it is about one man's moral meltdown as he tries to weasel his way out of big legal, financial and criminal messes he's gotten himself into.
Leer crítica9 nov 2012
St. Petersburg Times
Richard Gere knows how to play suave shysters, and hedge fund manager Robert Miller is a pip. Robert is on the verge of selling the business he built from scratch for a fortune but needs to keep the books cooked long enough for auditors to approve the....
Leer crítica13 sep 2012
Philly.com
To look at Robert Miller, the hedge-fund king played with implacable cool by Richard Gere in the slick and suspenseful Arbitrage, is to see a man at the top of his game: rich, powerful, respected, a beautiful wife, a beautiful mansion, beautiful art.
Leer crítica13 sep 2012
New York Post
According to all these Wall Street movies, it seems that some of these financial wizards may not be strictly on the level. A hedge-fund whiz (Richard Gere) in “Arbitrage” is in the process of selling a firm that’s carrying $400 million worth of phony...
Leer crítica13 sep 2012
Valoraciones de Mentiras mortales
Screen Jabber
Richard Gere gives one of his best ever performances in this sleek and slick financial thriller. He plays billionaire hedge fund honcho Robert Miller, about to sell his vast Wall Street business empire before his fraudulent tactics are uncovered.
Laramie Movie Scope
It turns out this movie has nothing to do with the financial meltdown of 2008, rather it is about one man's moral meltdown as he tries to weasel his way out of big legal, financial and criminal messes he's gotten himself into.
Leer crítica9 nov 2012
St. Petersburg Times
Richard Gere knows how to play suave shysters, and hedge fund manager Robert Miller is a pip. Robert is on the verge of selling the business he built from scratch for a fortune but needs to keep the books cooked long enough for auditors to approve the....
Leer crítica13 sep 2012
Philly.com
To look at Robert Miller, the hedge-fund king played with implacable cool by Richard Gere in the slick and suspenseful Arbitrage, is to see a man at the top of his game: rich, powerful, respected, a beautiful wife, a beautiful mansion, beautiful art.
Leer crítica13 sep 2012
New York Post
According to all these Wall Street movies, it seems that some of these financial wizards may not be strictly on the level. A hedge-fund whiz (Richard Gere) in “Arbitrage” is in the process of selling a firm that’s carrying $400 million worth of phony...
Leer crítica13 sep 2012
stltoday.com
Now that Michael Douglas is past retirement age, when the role is a charming big shot with a dirty little secret, Richard Gere is the man for the job.
Leer crítica13 sep 2012
NOLA.com
"For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world and forfeit his soul?" When this question was first asked, some 2,000 years ago, it was a purely rhetorical one, needing no answer. But we live in the sort of times when men hear that...
Leer crítica27 sep 2012
Dustin Putman
Robert Miller (Richard Gere) is a committed New York City hedge fund magnate with a loving wife, Ellen (Susan Sarandon), and an adoring twenty-something daughter, Brooke (Brit Marling), already on her way toward following in his professional footsteps.
Leer crítica12 sep 2012
Reel Views
With a title like Arbitrage, it's reasonable to expect a story that navigates the byzantine labyrinth of the world's financial systems - perhaps a better companion piece to Wall Street than Money Never Sleeps.
Leer crítica15 sep 2012
Cole Smithey
Some not-so-fancy narrative mechanics set Richard Gere up as a one-percenter antihero in a movie that deplorably attempts to mitigate the evil that wealthy corruption loves to wield at every level of social injustice. With his feature film debut,...
Leer crítica10 sep 2012
OregonLive.com
The moral failings of Wall St. and its fat cat operators are the stuff of headlines today, but they are hardly anything new under the sun. Perhaps that's why "Arbitrage," a thriller from writer-director Nicholas Jarecki seems at once modern and ...
Leer crítica13 sep 2012
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
In this contemporary financial thriller, 60 year-old New York hedge-fund manager Robert Miller (Richard Gere) is about to make the deal of a lifetime – and retire in rarefied elegance. Problem is: he’s ‘borrowed’ $412 million dollars from a colleague...
Leer crítica16 sep 2012
Movies.com
Oliver Stone was right: money never sleeps. And Stone's ham-fisted thesis is made literal as the camera spies on Richard Gere -- a fraud-committing, hedge fund-managing billionaire -- staring at the ceiling in bed, while charity-minded, gala-organizing...
Mark Reviews Movies
The tension of Arbitrage exists not on screen but within us. It's the battle between our desire to see how long Robert Miller (Richard Gere) can juggle all of his lies and our hope that they all will come crashing down on his conniving, corrupt, and...
Leer crítica13 sep 2012
Sacramento News & Review
A billionaire hedge-fund manager (Richard Gere), scrambling to sell his firm before his embezzlement is discovered, crashes his Mercedes, killing his mistress (Laetitia Casta); now he must juggle a second cover-up while a dogged cop (Tim Roth)...
Leer crítica20 sep 2012
The A.V. Club
Nicholas Jarecki’s Arbitrage is the latest example of an increasingly popular genre: the white-collar white-knuckler, which suggests that since the real thieves today are sitting in corporate boardrooms, paperwork and bargaining can be as tense ...
Leer crítica13 sep 2012
Washington Post
There are few cinematic pleasures as satisfying to behold as an actor in a role that fits him like a Savile Row suit. Richard Gere offers just such gratification in “Arbitrage,” a silky, sophisticated Wall Street thriller that finds the actor utterly...
Leer crítica14 sep 2012
iHaveNet.com
It's an unseemly request by a movie, to ask us to root for the lying, scrambling but extremely well-coiffed hedge fund billionaire weasel played by Richard Gere in the new film "Arbitrage." But there it is.
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
ARBITRAGE is two movies in one, but really, only one of them is good. Luckily, the one that’s good is REALLY good, so that makes up for the completely unnecessary second film that’s somehow seeped its way into ARBITRAGE.
Shadows on the Wall
This contained drama chillingly traces the private collapse of a charming, wealthy man. It's structure is a bit contrived, but the actors make it riveting. The themes are potent, starting with the observation that all major world events revolve...
Leer crítica19 feb 2013
View London
Arbitrage is an engaging and watchable thriller with a terrific central performance from Richard Gere. It would also make an interesting double bill with American Gigolo. Worth seeing.
Leer crítica1 mar 2013
TotalFilm.com
Richard Gere has a margin call to make in this melodrama about a Wall Street hedge-funder trying to offload his debt-ridden house of cards before the buyer realises the sums don’t add up.
Leer crítica18 feb 2013
Empire
Like last year's Margin Call, this is a stonkingly effective thriller that demystifies Wall Street without diminishing its complexity. Good to see Gere back on form, too.
Flicks.co.nz
An affection for professionally-assembled films about rich New Yorkers may be necessary to really get into this mild thriller, but I was ably carried along by its authentic portrayal of a rarefied world.
Express.co.uk
Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps was a lazy missed opportunity while the much better Margin Call, with Kevin Spacey and Jeremy Irons, was a little too cold and cerebral.
Leer crítica28 feb 2013
ABC Radio (Australia)
The Global Financial Crisis looms over Nicholas Jarecki's extremely confident debut feature (as director and writer), but Arbitrage is not about the crisis; rather, it's a much more intimate financial thriller than, say, Margin Call.
Leer crítica25 sep 2012
The Mercury
As Arbitrage begins, Miller is secretly going through a decidedly rough phase of trading. There is a $400 million hole in his books that currently only he can see.
Leer crítica7 oct 2012
QNetwork Entertainment
In Nicholas Jarecki’s assured directorial debut Arbitrage, Richard Gere plays Robert Miller, a master of the universe whose universe is in danger of collapsing around him. A billionaire hedge-fund manager who appears to be leading the most...
MovieXclusive.com
A good film has a way of seamlessly leading you into its world, and Arbitrage has that perfect introduction that impresses from the get-go.
IBNLive
Arbitrage stars Richard Gere as a sort of anti-hero whose unforgiveable transgressions deserve punishment, but who’s so irresistibly charming it's hard not to root for him.
Leer crítica15 sep 2012
The Sydney Morning Herald
There is something disturbingly familiar about this would-be psychological thriller from Nicholas Jarecki (whose previous credits include adapting Bret Easton Ellis's material for Aussie director Gregor Jordan's The Informers).
Leer crítica23 sep 2012
Indian Express
RICHARD Gere does the high-flying corporate look proud and for most of its time, Arbitrage really belongs with him there. A film about the growing desperation of a high-flyer done in by changing times and the need to keep up appearances, about the book...
Leer crítica14 sep 2012
Deccan Chronicle
We tend to identify with the leading character of a film, even if he is a heartless bastard. Few films illustrate this curiosity better than Nicholas Jarecki’s Arbitrage, and few actors might have been better at making it work than Richard Gere.
Leer crítica16 sep 2012
Interpretación
Richard Gere...Robert Miller
Susan Sarandon...Ellen Miller
Brit Marling...Brooke Miller
Tim Roth...Det. Michael Bryer
Laetitia Casta...Julie Côte
Nate Parker...Jimmy Grant
Stuart Margolin...Syd Felder
Chris Eigeman...Gavin Briar
Graydon Carter...James Mayfield
Bruce Altman...Chris Vogler
Larry Pine...Jeffrey Greenberg
Curtiss Cook...Det. Mills
Reg E. Cathey...Earl Monroe
Felix Solis...A.D.A. Deferlito
Tibor Feldman...Judge Rittenband
Monica Raymund...Reina
Josh Pais...John Aimes
Evelina Turen...Julie's Assistant
Paula Devicq...Cindy
Austin Lysy...Peter Miller
Gabrielle Lazure...Sandrine Côte
Angel Picard-Ami...Woman in Gallery
Sophie Curtis...Ava Stanton
Io Bottoms...Mae
Alyssa Sutherland...Jeffrey's Receptionist
Quinn Friedman...Grandchild #1
Sam Kitchin...Brent
Zack Robidas...Tom
Shawn Elliott...Flores
Ted Neustadt...Ben
Maria Bartiromo...Maria Bartiromo
David Faber...CNBC Newscaster
Paul Fitzgerald...Paul Barnes
Julian Niccolini...Four Seasons Maitre'd
Betsy Aidem...Vogler's Secretary
Glen Lee...Robert's Houseman
Jennifer Lee Crowl...Receptionist
Olivia Salerno...Grandchild #2
Tyler Turen...Grandchild #3
Michael Leif O'Brien...Painter
Jamie Johnson...Julie's Suitor
William Friedkin...(uncredited)
Jennifer Butler...Trader (uncredited)
Alex Kruz...Four Seasons Wealthy Patron (uncredited)
Barbara Vincent...Four Seasons Patron (uncredited)
Darly Wanatick...Four Seasons guest (uncredited)
Nicole Roderick...Friend of Julie Cote (uncredited)
Rachel Heller...Rachel (uncredited)
Fabrizia Dal Farra...Event coordinator (uncredited)
Marshall Factora...Funeral Director (uncredited)
Lipica Shah...Miller Capital Assistant (uncredited)
William Henderson White...Alex Stanton (uncredited)
Pete Fasanelli...Bartender (uncredited)
James Farley...Gala Guest (uncredited)
Darryl Reuben Hall...Financial Trader (uncredited)
Jenny Rostain...Gala Guest (uncredited)
Paul Weaver...Bar patron (uncredited)
Harlan J. Strauss...Grand Jury Foreman (uncredited)
Anthony Auriemma...Supporting (uncredited)
Producción
Director:Nicholas Jarecki
Producer:Mohammed Al Turki (executive producer)
Maria Teresa Arida (executive producer)
Michael Bederman (co-producer)
Laura Bickford (producer)
Ron Curtis (executive producer)
Marek Gabryjelski (co-producer)
Mike Heller (co-producer)
Justin Nappi (producer)
Anna Rozalska (co-producer)
Robert Salerno (producer)
Kevin Turen (producer)
Stanislaw Tyczynski (executive producer)
Lauren Versel (executive producer)
Lisa Wilson (executive producer)
Writer:Nicholas Jarecki (written by)
Composer:Cliff Martinez
Cinematographer:Yorick Le Saux (director of photography)
Editing:Douglas Crise
Casting:Laura Rosenthal
Production Design:Beth Mickle
Art Director:Michael Ahern
Set Decorator:Carrie Stewart
Costume Design:Joseph G. Aulisi
Makeup:Ma Kalaadevi Ananda (makeup artist: Ms. Sarandon)
Leo Corey Castellano (special makeup effects artist)
Michelle Johnson (hair stylist: Ms. Sarandan)
Dalton Kutsch (special makeup effects technician: Corey Castellano (uncredited)
Pamela May (key hair stylist)
Joelle Troisi (key makeup artist)
Nicole Wodowski (makeup artist (uncredited)
LuAnn Claps (makeup department head)
Michael Kriston (additional hair stylist)
Lyndell Quiyou (hair stylist: Mr. Gere)
Production Management:Michael Bederman (unit production manager)
Christie Colliopoulos (production supervisor)
Tim Pedegana (post-production supervisor)
Lukasz Poninski (post-production studio executive: Alvernia Studios)
Robert Salerno (unit production manager)
United States21 ene 2012
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