Watch: First Trailer for Financial Thriller 'Arbitrage' with Richard Gere

June 26, 2012
Source: Apple

Arbitrage Trailer

It's finally that time of year we get all the trailers for Sundance films. Up next is one of my favorites of the fest, a legal/financial thriller called Arbitrage directed by up-and-comer Nicholas Jarecki, starring the one-and-only Richard Gere. This "crackling thriller" is about a hedge fund billionaire in New York who gets into a bit of an accident that puts him on the precipice of a complete corporate disaster. The supporting cast: Tim Roth as a Detective, Brit Marling as his daughter, Susan Sarandon as his wife, Josh Pais, Laetetia Casta and Nate Parker in a key role. They DO give away the "big twist", but there's more to see.

Watch the first official trailer for Nicholas Jarecki's Arbitrage, in high def from Apple:

Arbitrage, the feature-directing debut of writer Nicholas Jarecki (The Informers, The Weight), is a taut and alluring suspense thriller about love, loyalty, and high finance. Troubled New York hedge-fund magnate Robert Miller (Richard Gere) desperate to complete the sale of his trading empire makes an error that forces him to turn to an unlikely person for help. This first premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, and was picked up there by Roadside Attractions. They are releasing Arbitrage both in theaters and VOD day-and-date starting September 14th this fall. For more, visit the official website. Thoughts?

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In Time & Proper Flick Triumph Gere Back Powerfully Intense , Realistic , Palpable A Rare thriller financial movie with everything that ALiveBody need : Blood , Flesh , Bone , Heart , Mind , Soul

Ehsan Davodi on Jun 26, 2012


^ They should use that on the poster for this movie.

rennmaxbeta on Jun 26, 2012


thx , dear Ren

Ehsan Davodi on Jun 26, 2012


Meh, Richard Gere never appealed to me at all. He just always looks like a sad, old, abandoned bloodhound to me. In "badass" roles he isn't believable and in romantic roles he makes me feel uncomfortable. The only movie of his I ever genuinely liked is Primal Fear, and I would solely attribute that to Edward Norton's performance. Well, I guess he fits the bill for a troubled and desperate man here. I might watch this just for Tim Roth who sorta seems to reprise his snarky Lie To Me character her.

SuicidalOptimist on Jun 26, 2012


Dear Suicide Yes , his personity force him to be a little like that ,he is celer actor , he know his abilities , did you see he play in SuperHero movie? Or Action film ? No Jackal not was action totally , Jackal ( for me ) was political , spy , thriller with action involved , but also : In Chicago he never was SAD , Pretty Woman too. Are you see " An Officer & Gentelman " , he was Fantastic in that ! Adorable ، Plausible & really victory for him In American Gigolo ( really love it ), he had terrific job, Paul Shrader is not great director but film is on shoulder of Gere. I really like him in Unfaithful. In fact Gere is powerful in romantic & drama roles and romantic and drama needs alittle sadness either ( not totally ) , Good choise for him on Arbitage too, important matter is he fit for such role and we see believae performance , Richard Gere had impressive carrier and is one of best actor in holleywood , I'm fan of him dude

Ehsan Davodi on Jun 26, 2012


I'm sure I saw nearly all of his movies at some point over the years. I know that he was (or is still maybe) a sex symbol and has had a long and (more or less) consistently successful career. Well, that's great for him and certainly an achievement, I'm not trying to take anything away from him. Regardless of all that he just doesn't do it for me personally. It's not that I dislike him; more that I'm just completely indifferent.

SuicidalOptimist on Jun 26, 2012


Agree with you in this , cool

Ehsan Davodi on Jun 26, 2012


gere AND roth?......i'm IN!!!

beevis on Jun 26, 2012


I'll maybe watch the last ten minutes, I think the trailer got a great deal of the plot squeezed in there.

Carpola on Jun 26, 2012

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