WHO’S IN IT?
Anna Gunn (Breaking Bad), James Purefoy (A Knight’s Tale), Alysia Reiner (Sideways), Sarah Megan Thomas (The Little Things), Sophie Von Haselberg (Irrational Man), Craig Bierko (Cinderella Man), Margaret Colin (Independence Day)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Meera Menon (Farah Goes Bang), director; Amy Fox (Heights), writer; Alysia Reiner (Backwards) and Sarah Megan Thomas (Backwards), producers; Samuel Jones (We’ll Never Have Paris) and Alexis Marsh (Lila & Eve), composers; Eric Lin (I Smile Back), cinematographer; Andrew Hafitz (Bully), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Senior investment banker Naomi Bishop (Gunn) is passed up for a promotion at her firm, so in response she seeks to take a start-up company public with the hopes it can get her back into her superiors’ good books. However, when it becomes apparent that there may be a crack within the company’s walls, Naomi soon finds herself caught in a web of deceit and corruption, where there aren’t many people she can trust and she must fight to survive in the business she’s been a part of for most of her life…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Women take the lead roles in the latest film in a genre that’s mostly male-dominated, and with someone like Anna Gunn giving it her all in the lead role it can’t come soon enough.