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Unlike many other adult dramas, “Arbitrage” doesn’t feature a single sympathetic character. It’s a slightly incomplete story of privileged people using their influence to further fraud and dodge manslaughter, manipulating those beneath them. It’s a compelling tale of reptilian behavior and escalating legal woes, best appreciated for a few fine performances and writer/director Nicholas Jarecki’s attention to merciless acts of business world survival, embodied heroically in star Richard Gere’s bravely unlikeable work. Although it never ties together as securely as it should, “Arbitrage” carries itself with a confident sense of gloom and panic, keeping the mysteries at hand persuasive despite storytelling that flames out instead of building ominously. Read the rest at


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