A New York stockbroker refuses to cooperate in a large securities fraud case involving corruption on Wall Street, corporate banking world and mob infiltration. Based on Jordan Belfort’s autobiography.
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At a time when people are wondering if big-screen epics can still afford to tell personal stories, Gray has told a personal story that demanded to be a big-screen epic.
In these days of social upheaval, these films offer valuable insights into modern black struggles.
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There’s no festival this year, but 56 movies will be given the official Cannes 2020 label.
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Creatives who have portrayed or written police characters are showing their support.
“I will not tolerate this conduct during our hour of national grief,” Wolf said in a statement.
Rogen invited anyone who believes the Black Lives Matter movement is controversial to unfollow him on social media.
Varda’s sobering account of the group’s activist intent is a welcome contrast to today’s blaring media landscape.