Cover image for Margin call [DVD] / Roadside Attractions ; Benaroya Pictures and Myriad Pictures present a Before the Door production ; in association with Washington Square Films, Untitled Entertainment and Sakonnet Capital Partners ; executive producers, Anthony Gudas, Michael Corso, Rose Ganguzza, Joshua Blum, Kirk D'Amico, Randy Manis, Cassian Elwes, Laura Rister ; producer, Joe Jenckes ; produced by Robert Ogden Barnum, Corey Moosa, Michael Benaroya, Neal Dodson, Zachary Quinto ; written and directed by J.C. Chandor.
Title:
Margin call [DVD] / Roadside Attractions ; Benaroya Pictures and Myriad Pictures present a Before the Door production ; in association with Washington Square Films, Untitled Entertainment and Sakonnet Capital Partners ; executive producers, Anthony Gudas, Michael Corso, Rose Ganguzza, Joshua Blum, Kirk D'Amico, Randy Manis, Cassian Elwes, Laura Rister ; producer, Joe Jenckes ; produced by Robert Ogden Barnum, Corey Moosa, Michael Benaroya, Neal Dodson, Zachary Quinto ; written and directed by J.C. Chandor.
Edition:
Widescreen edition.
Publication Information:
Santa Monica, CA : Lions Gate Films, Inc, [2011]

℗♭2011
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (107 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2011.

Special features: Director and producer feature commentary [optional audio]; Deleted scenes [with optional commentary] (5 min.); Revolving door: Making "Margin Call" (6 min.); Missed calls: Moments with cast & crew (1 min.); From the deck: photo gallery [slide show] (4 min.); Also from Lionsgate (8 min.).
Contents:
Opening titles -- Bad luck -- The file -- Something huge -- Second opinion -- Under the rug -- Exposed -- The music stops -- A sense of comfort -- Sacrifice -- The long way home -- Mercy killing -- Facing the music -- Shifting ground -- Fire sale -- End credits.
Abstract:
Who cares about the suffering--existential, financial, or other--of those who blindly mismanaged our monies into this ever-expanding, nay, verily bottomless pit of debt? No one, but this film may help viewers understand A) the birth of current financial woes, and B) what it might have been like, in those first few hours within the confines of an early investment trading firm casualty. Fueled by a mass layoff, a thumb drive, and a rocket-scientist-cum-analyst who really understands the numbers, the last night of good times on Wall Street unfolds as rung by rung, up the executive ladder, travels news that is -- apocalyptic. For viewers who still have no idea of how 2008's meltdown happened, this film is one fiction that will make it ever so much more real.
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MPAA rating: Rated R for language.
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