120 minutes


Crime, Drama, Thriller



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Based on a true story, this thought-provoking drama follows a poor maths student who gets caught up in a high-stakes con. Without a wealthy family to support him, Ben needs to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars to pay for his tuition fees. Convinced by a smooth-talking professor he agrees to join a group of other young maths whizzes in using their skills to defraud Las Vegas casinos out of millions. However their plan brings them straight into the path of a hard-bitten security boss at one of the casinos - and there's no way he's going to let any scams succeed on his watch.

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Contains moderate violence and sex references.

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