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David Fincher's disorienting thriller posits Michael Douglas' complacent yuppie in the midst of an elaborate game that may or may not be staged.
Crime 1997 129 mins
Director: David Fincher
On his 48th birthday, wealthy banker Nicolas Van Orton (Michael Douglas) receives an invitation from his estranged brother to play a game that will change his life. Soon after, he finds his business, reputation and safety at risk from the mysterious company that runs the game.
David Fincher followed Se7en with this gleefully disorienting thriller that keeps its audience guessing at every turn , much like its main character. Michael Douglas has great fun subverting his yuppie persona from Wall Street while Sean Penn is reliably great as Orton's brother.
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