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Richard Gere stars in this thriller as a duplicitous hedge-fund manager who, nevertheless, has all the right moves.
Film Review  September 14, 2012, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...The morality of a duplicitous New York City hedge-fund director is scrutinized amid the trappings of a thriller in writer/director Nicholas Jarecki’s first narrative feature. That Arbitrage’s money mogul is played by the silver-tongued/silver-haired Richard Gere works to complicate our relationship to the story’s morally loathsome protagonist, making the character much less off-putting than he might have appeared were he portrayed with the frumpiness of a Bernie Madoff..."

From the Vaults: Keeping Up With the Jareckis
Nicholas Jarecki, the Arbitrage helmer, joins the Jarecki juggernaut
DAILY Screens  September 14, 2012, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...As if keeping up with the filmmaking Andersons wasn't confusing enough – what with this week's releases of The Master by Paul Thomas Anderson and Resident Evil: Retribution by Paul W.S. Anderson – along comes writer/director Nicholas Jarecki with Arbitrage...."

DVD Watch: When Horror Came to Shochiku
Criterion box set restores a lost corner of J-horror
DAILY Screens  December 18, 2012, by Richard Whittaker
"...Arbitrage (Lionsgate) Richard Gere embodies the worst of the 1% in this tale of hedgefunds and fraud, which became a $10 million smash on VOD. Read our review here...."

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