Wall Street - Money Never Sleeps

Wall Street - Money Never Sleeps
Wall Street - Money Never Sleeps

Year

2010

Duration

127 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

The original Wall Street is considered to be one of the films that best captured the 1980s, even though audiences turned a character who was meant to be the bad guy - ruthless trader Gordon Gekko - into the hero and his slogan "greed is good" into a guide for life. This time round, Gekko has just been released from jail, and becomes one the few people who can see the world financial system is heading for the great crash of 2008. Once again Michael Douglas still dominates the screen as Gekko.

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This film contains infrequent strong language.

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