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Der große Crash – Margin Call. Sam Rogers (Kevin Spacey, 4. v. li.) bereitet seine Mitarbeiter. Sam Rogers bereitet seine Mitarbeiter auf die. Der Risiko-Analyst Eric Dale entdeckt Ungereimtheiten in den Büchern der Investmentfirma, bei der er angestellt ist. Seine Entdeckungen führen zu seiner Entlassung, doch er übergibt die Dokumente an den unerfahrenen Einsteiger Peter, damit er die. Peter Sullivan (Zachary Quinto) ist ein begnadeter Analyst, der seit kurzem im Risikomanagement einer großen New Yorker.

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Der Risiko-Analyst Eric Dale entdeckt Ungereimtheiten in den Büchern der Investmentfirma, bei der er angestellt ist. Seine Entdeckungen führen zu seiner Entlassung, doch er übergibt die Dokumente an den unerfahrenen Einsteiger Peter, damit er die. Der große Crash – Margin Call (Originaltitel: Margin Call; wörtlich: Wertausgleich; Forderung weiterer Sicherheiten) ist ein Filmdrama aus dem Jahr von. Der große Crash – Margin Call. Sam Rogers (Kevin Spacey, 4. v. li.) bereitet seine Mitarbeiter. Sam Rogers bereitet seine Mitarbeiter auf die. rapolac.eu - Kaufen Sie Der große Crash - Margin Call günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details. Der große Crash. ()1 Std. 46 MinX-Ray Wall Street Broker und Börsenmakler jonglieren noch ohne schlechtes Gewissen mit hohen. Der große Crash - Margin Call. Auf einem ihm zugespielten USB-Stick findet Peter Sullivan Informationen, die zeigen, dass der. Peter Sullivan (Zachary Quinto) ist ein begnadeter Analyst, der seit kurzem im Risikomanagement einer großen New Yorker.

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Doch die Finanzkrise hat bereits Einzug gehalten. Hauptleidtragender in einer großen Investmentfirma ist Risikoanalyst Eric Dale. Er arbeitete an einer. Der Risiko-Analyst Eric Dale entdeckt Ungereimtheiten in den Büchern der Investmentfirma, bei der er angestellt ist. Seine Entdeckungen führen zu seiner Entlassung, doch er übergibt die Dokumente an den unerfahrenen Einsteiger Peter, damit er die. Peter Sullivan (Zachary Quinto) ist ein begnadeter Analyst, der seit kurzem im Risikomanagement einer großen New Yorker.

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. Despite a tough story to get across to viewers, Margin Call succeeds brilliantly.

This is largely due to a tight script and superb cast even though the story rarely leaves the sterile confines of a high-rise and some cars over a 24 hour period.

Paul Bettany, Zach Quinto, and Stanley Tucci along with Demi Moore perform their supporting roles with aplomb but the real prizes go to Kevin Spacey and Jeremy Irons who are nothing short of brilliant as morally compromised yet very human characters responding to incentives they know to be wrong but inconvenient to their personal wealth and career prospects.

This is a thinking persons film through and through, something all too rare these days. If you want to know how the early stages of the Great Crash of happened, this story is pretty damn close to what the internal dynamics and incentives were like at the big investment banks on Wall Street like Goldman Sachs circa mid which largely avoided the worst effects due to being first to dump and then short the MBS bonds and other derivatives it had once sold versus Lehman Brothers which didn't dump its assets quick enough and went bankrupt setting off the acute phase of the credit crunch and job losses.

Even if the details of the crisis and technical-speak are lost on you and they really don't dominate at all, merely being plot devices for the onslaught of Nemesis upon the guilty characters , seeing the way past decisions undermine loyalty, responsibility and empathy is just spot on.

The politics of a massive publicly owned corporation and its intricately operating hierarchy are something everyone who has worked in finance or another Fortune company will find chillingly laid bare in a subtle way.

There are no cartoonishly evil characters here, and even though Jeremy Irons' scenes make him out to be amoral he merely thinks that is the system they all signed on to, and he's somewhat right despite his callousness.

Spacey tries to hold the high ground when asked to essentially backstab all his employees, colleagues in other firms and life's work but in the end gives in to the one law of the jungle on the Street: money.

And while it's easy judge him as unscrupulous and unprincipled in that moment, the viewer should not forget another brilliant line delivered by Bettany earlier in the film defending the investment firms' actions: you and I are guilty too, as without these amoral creatures and their great corporate vehicles, we wouldn't enjoy our lifestyles as we know them.

You shouldn't leave this film smugly confident that you aren't above these characters and they world they portray, even if in a more abstract, quotidian fashion.

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Follows the key people at an investment bank, over a hour period, during the early stages of the financial crisis.

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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Kevin Spacey Sam Rogers Paul Bettany Will Emerson Jeremy Irons John Tuld Zachary Quinto Peter Sullivan Penn Badgley Seth Bregman Simon Baker Jared Cohen Mary McDonnell Mary Rogers Demi Moore Sarah Robertson Stanley Tucci Eric Dale Aasif Mandvi Ramesh Shah Ashley Williams Heather Burke Susan Blackwell Lauren Bratberg Maria Dizzia Jeremy Irons is superbly malevolent as the CEO, Kevin Spacey is good as the morally conflicted member of senior management.

One problem I had is that there are many characters, but time didn't allow for their development. And, some of the main characters don't really attract interest, e.

Simon Baker, however, plays a poster child character for that group of somethings that seem to permeate corporate America, offering little to their organizations beyond malignant personal ambition and Machiavellian maneuvering skills.

Worthwhile viewing. I've seen all of the rest of the high reviews given by various Amazon Prime Members who've watched this film.

Now, I can understand why they would give it such praise because of its focus on how hard it's to keep your moral values intact as a businessperson on Wall Street.

On the other hand, I was totally confused by the economic terminology mentioned in the film thereby making it hard to decipher the underlying stories within the general premise itself.

My gut instinct for anyone interested in working on Wall Street or as an entrepreneur would be to watch this film because it will teach you to hold your moral values close in all situations though for everyone else it might be a tossup.

I will let you decide. See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. Margin Call is probably the best fictional treatment of the latest economic crisis and is, to my mind, in the same league as the wonderfully acutely intelligent documentary Inside Job.

The action takes place over a couple of days in the Manhattan headquarters of an unnamed highly respected investment bank and the film opens with the bank's latest round of brutal lay offs.

One of the victims is a senior risk analyst who manages to pass on a file to a relatively new employee and the contents of the file are explosive and the bank is on the brink of the biggest bank collapse of all time.

It is Tuld's responsibility to make the margin call which means it is up to him to order the bank to start dumping worthless stock before news spreads of the imminent collapse of the bank an action which hanged their customers out to dry!

It is now known that some banks had gone so far as to create hedge funds intended to fail which enabled them to bet against the funds and make money.

It is clearly portrayed just how immoral corporations really are; their goal is to succeed and make ever more gargantuan profits, pay their employees obscene salaries without any thought to the human cost involved.

The rich protect themselves and get ever richer and there is absolutely no sense of responsibility towards customers or the public interest.

Highly recommended. Film stated off okay, but the amount of swear words were unbelievable - and also so unnecessary. I had to turn down the volume to stop my kids hearing the continuous barrage of expletives.

Should I have counted how many. I watched this film to get a feel of what caused the financial crisis and how prop-shops operate in general.

I liked the ideas in the film. Jeremy Irons was fantastic and held his role well. Kevin Spacey showed leadership but I expected more. Not sure what Demi Moore brought to the film.

I shan't be watching this again and will be donating the film to a very large container i. Since I receeived it 2 weeks ago, I have played this dvd 8 or 9 times.

The dialogue is crisp and direct, the plot spare and rivetting and the subject matter vividly contemporary: a political parable for our times.

Jeremy Irons creates a character of power and forbidding aspect manipulating his servants with skill and mesmeric intent. Led by Paul Bettany and Kevin Spacey the chorus of fascinated and fearful slaves obey and we know why, and we are appalled.

The nearest comparison is with those biblical epics - like 'The Robe' - without togas, as played out in the offices of a large bank with the money watching from the vaults and playing the part of God: his only credible function these days.

I have not watched a better film in decades. I was extremely impressed with Margin Call. It is a very well acted and directed film about the financial crash.

The film focuses on a Wall Street investment bank, and opens with the HR department laying off numerous traders who are then promptly escorted off the building.

One experienced trader whilst being escorted into the lift hands a junior analyst a memory stick with the warning to be careful of its contents.

The junior trader waits until everyone has left the office before proceeding to analyse its contents. He soon discovers that the information reveals the perilous financial status of the bank's books.

This dire warning is passed up through the ranks of the company eventually reaching the CEO, who calls for an emergency night-time boardroom meeting.

The meeting is a brilliantly acted and extremely tense moment of the film, when a drastic decision is made to cut losses by whatever means.

The realisation is that it will also have financial consequences worldwide. This film has a very human aspect to it, with great acting by Kevin Spacey and Jeremy Irons in particular.

It's all obvious - large deals, no-one really understands them, overpaid executives, insensitive HR policies. I work in this world and yes it's all true up to a point.

Most employees are decent hardworking people trying to look after their clients at work and their family at home.

Yes they get paid more than schoolteachers and nurses but they are less secure and work under pressure most people would be unable to comprehend.

The high flyers on 7 or 8 figure salaries are rare. Some of the highest achievers are so boring, if you had dinner with them, you'd be inwardly screaming before finishing the starter.

But for Kevin Spacey - alone in turning in a good performance - I'd have given it one star.

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